Alexandra Neyman is an architect, artist and educator invested in the development and production of our future environments, with a special interest in digital processes and algorithmic techniques of design and fabrication. She lists “interferences, corruptive infiltrations, and intricate articulation of surface” as evolutionary traits in the development of future ecologies. Alex’s San Francisco-based Agglab Laboratoria is the collaborative component of her interdisciplinary design and research practice. Its work has been exhibited nationally. Alex holds a Master of Architecture and a B.S. in Architecture from the University of Michigan College of Architecture. She has taught architecture at the University of Michigan College of Architecture, and is currently faculty at the Academy of Art University Architecture in San Francisco.
Alex is a contributor to "Building, the Future," a collection of images representing influential and visionary architects, on view at Luminary on March 18th at The Midway.