Natalia Oliveri

Natalia Oliveri

New York, NY, US

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Ralph Appelbaum Associates, New York, NY, US, 3D Designer

Designed exhibition and immersive spaces to present a narrative to the museum visitor. Developed comprehensive drawing sets ranging from SD to CD to serve a multidisciplinary working environment, in addition to designing custom large-scale interactive pieces for several museums.

ILMI Museum, A World of Science and Innovation – Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Lost Shtetl Museum – Šeduva, Lithuania
Halls of Gems and Minerals, American Museum of Natural History – New York, NY

Jul 2019 - current

The School of Architecture Computer Studio, New York, NY, US, Digital Fabrication Technician

Assisted art and architecture students with digital fabrication within a fully-equipped facility supporting 3D printing, laser cutting, and other 3D modeling services.

Sep 2017 - May 2019

The Student Lecture Series Committee of The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture of The Cooper Union, New York, NY, US, Curator and Chair

Curated a series of lectures responding to the school’s current pedagogical inquiry.

Jan 2016 - May 2019

Avant-Garde as Method: VKhUTEMAS and the Pedagogy of Space, 1920–1930, New York, NY, US, Research Assistant

Developed content and drawings for architect and historian Anna Bokov’s book on the Russian specialized institution, VKhUTEMAS.

Jun 2018 - Aug 2018

Napach Design Group, New York, NY, US, Junior Designer and Intern

Led the design effort on the renovation of Hebrew Union College’s multi-use space, producing drawing sets and supervising construction while drafting for numerous other institutional projects.

New York University, Silver Towers Urban Farm – New York, NY
Hebrew Union College, lower level multi-use space – New York, NY

Jun 2016 - Sep 2017


The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, New York, NY, US, BArch, Architecture

Sep 2014 - May 2019


William Cooper Mack Thesis Fellowship, Grant

The William Cooper Mack Thesis Fellowship program was established in 2008 by John and Harriet Mack at The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture in memory of their son William Cooper Mack, class of 2006. William Cooper Mack Thesis Fellowships are awarded each year to support primary research and inquiry in the development of significant and original thesis projects.


Allen N. Goldfischer Memorial Award, Award

Allen N. Goldfischer Memorial Award, for a graduating student whose thesis project best explores relationships between humanistic and aesthetic principals in an urban context. This fund was established in 2004.


Benjamin Menschel Fellowship, Grant

The Benjamin Menschel Fellowship Program encourages students to submit project proposals. Winning projects are completed over the summer prior to the student's senior year. In the fall winners prepare an exhibition of their projects for the yearly and prestigious "Menschel Exhibition" typically mounted in January. The exhibition is accompanied by an exhibition catalogue.


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