Laura Crescimano

Laura Crescimano

Laura Crescimano is a designer at Gensler and a lecturer at the College of Environmental Design at UC Berkeley. At the intersection of research and architectural design, Laura's practice focuses on the political and social power of space. Laura’s projects include: the master plan & sustainability action plan for a “One Planet” community in Stockton CA; “Public Space & Protest: Mapping Form & Action,” a study of the contemporary city funded by the Julia Amory Appleton Fellowship; and “Stroke Pathways” a multi-disciplinary analysis of the geography, structure and dynamics of care. One of the Design Futures Council's 2009 "Emerging Leaders," Laura received her BA from Yale University and Master in Architecture from Harvard, where she received the Alpha Ro Chi Medal for Leadership.

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