VDF studio profiles: Ramona Albert Architecture is a New York-based studio that specializes in building and product design, and is driven by nature and contemporary technologies.
Whether envisioning a solar-powered pavilion sheathed in “digital flowers” or creating spine-like 3D-printed jewelry, Ramona Albert’s work finds common ground in reverence for nature. The Brooklyn architect’s two-year-old firm tempers experimentation with timeless materials and forms, resulting in a mind-bending portfolio that feels distinctly rooted in the future.
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Ramona Albert, the founder of her eponymous architecture firm, shares her insight into the evolution of architecture and the design secrets to some of her most famous structures.