Heather Roberge

Heather Roberge

Los Angeles, CA, US



Ms. Roberge is a designer and educator in Los Angeles, CA. She is the founder and principal of murmur. She is Associate Vice Chair of the Department of Architecture and Urban Design at UCLA, where she teaches graduate courses in design and digital fabrication and is Director of the undergraduate program in Architectural Studies. Ms. Roberge’s work has appeared in A+U, Praxis, Metropolis, I.D., Japan Esquire, Architectural Record, Log, 306090, The New York Times and The Los Angeles Times. In 2011, murmur’s “Succulent House,” was awarded an AIA LA Next LA design award. In 2006, as co-founder of Gnuform, she participated in MOMA’s Young Architects Program with the submission of a project titled “Purple Haze” and was included in the Bejing Biennial, “Emerging Talents: Emerging Technologies.” Gnuform’s “NGTV Bar” received an AIA LA Design Award in 2006.  Ms. Roberge’s work has been included in exhibitions including “Gnuform: Hairstyle”, “Patterns: Cases in Synthetic Intelligence”, “Temporalism” and “Matters of Sensation.”



murmur, Los Angeles, CA, US, Principal

Jan 2008 - current

UCLA Department of Architecture and Urban Design, Los Angeles, CA, US, Associate Vice Chair, Director of Undergraduate Architectural Studies Program

Sep 2002 - current

Gnuform, Los Angeles, CA, US, Co-Principal

Jan 1999 - Jan 2008


AIA-LA Next LA Merit Award, Award

Awarded for the Succulent House


AIA-LA Next LA Merit Award, Award

Awarded for the NGTV Television Set and Bar, with J. Payne


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