Charlotte DAcierno

Charlotte DAcierno

Oakland, CA, US



I'm an Oakland-based designer who enjoys working with creative teams and taking on responsibilities in project documentation, design development presentations, and the fabrication of material, physical prototypes. With a Bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Harvard University and a Master’s of Architecture from MIT, I am comfortable bridging the physical and theoretical worlds. I enjoy working with challenging quantitative data and engaging with the critical and creative processes of design across the scales of architecture. I bring to my work a standing commitment to what the feminist historian Donna Haraway has called “response-ability”-the ability to respond to advance social and environmental justice through the agency of design.


EHDD, San Francisco, CA, US, Designer

Nov 2021 - current

Kennedy & Violich Architecture (KVA), Boston, MA, US, Designer

Jan 2016 - Sep 2021


Sep 2017 - Jan 2021

Harvard University, Bachelors, Bachelors

B.A. Chemistry
Secondary in History of Art & Architecture

Sep 2012 - May 2016


Edward Allen Student Award, Award

The Edward Allen Student Award is the highest honor given by the Building Technology Educators’ Society recognizing students–who over their academic career–have demonstrated commitment, passion, curiosity, and excellence in the integration of building technology and architectural design.


Imre Halasz Thesis Prize, Award

The Imre Halasz Thesis Prize acknowledges academic excellence as represented in a MArch thesis in which the design recognizes the expanding responsibility of architecture. Shared with thesis teammates Clarence Lee, Jaehun Woo.