Luciana Varkulja

Architect and Urban Designer


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Ms. Varkulja has worked on projects from schematic design through completion, always wearing multiple hats during that process, from designer role to project management support, coordinating the process internally to the office as well as with clients and consultants. She worked as a Senior Designer at AECOM and SOM and as a Project Designer at Allied Works Architecture. She taught at Columbia University, Otis College of Art and Design, Cal Poly Pomona and is currently a Lecturer at USC School of Architecture in Los Angeles, where she will be coordinating and teaching the Graduate School’s Housing Studio Program.