Alexandra Barker is an associate professor with CCE (Certificate of Continuing Education) and the coordinator of the Masters in Architecture program in the Graduate Architecture and Urban Design Department in the School of Architecture at Pratt Institute, where she has taught since 2001. She has previously taught in the graduate architecture department at the University of Pennsylvania and in the undergraduate architecture department at Princeton University. At Pratt, she has been the recipient of national grants to integrate practice and education and sustainable principles into Pratt’s graduate architecture curriculum.
Alexandra Barker received her MARCH from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design, where she received the Templeton Kelly Prize and the Clifford Wong Housing Prize for her thesis work. Her undergraduate work in Visual and Environmental Studies was completed at Harvard College, where she graduated magna cum laude.
Christina Ostermier is a LEED Associated Professional with experience in large institutional projects, office & commercial projects, and residential work. She teaches at Pratt as a digital assistant in graduate level design studios. She received her MARCH from Pratt Institute and her BA in Architecture with Honors from the University of California at Berkeley, where she was awarded the Gadsby-Trudgett Scholarship.
Adrien Allred is a designer from Portland, Oregon who graduated with an Masters in Architecture from Pratt Institute and a B.S. in Urban Design and Planning from Portland State University. He teaches in the design studio sequence at Pratt as a computer media instructor.
Ryan Griffin is a designer from State College, PA. He received a Master of Science in Architecture from Pratt Institute and a Bachelor of Architecture from Penn State University where he also studied architecture abroad in Rome.