Anthony Di Mari is an adjunct professor at Northeastern University’s School of Architecture where he teaches first year architecture studios and advanced representation. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies from Holy Cross before completing a Master’s Degree in Architecture at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University. Anthony has also participated in the Ecosa Institute’s program in Sustainability.
Anthony’s competition work has been featured online through inhabitat, Scientific American, CNN, and shiftBoston. His professional experience in the field of architecture includes collaborations with Peter Eisenman, Rick Joy Architects, RCR Arquitectes, Studio Luz, and Merge Architects.
Nora Yoo is a practicing architect in New York City. She received a Bachelor of Arts magna cum laude with honors in Architectural Studies and Hispanic Literature and Culture from Brown University. Following her undergraduate studies, she went on to receive her Master’s degree in Architecture at the Graduate School of Design (GSD) at Harvard University. While studying at the GSD, Nora honed in on research regarding the application of design thinking to pressing global issues with Toshiko Mori, in addition to exploring the future of physical space for information exchange in her thesis with her advisor, Mack Scogin. In her professional career, she has taught studio at the GSD’s Career Discovery program and has worked with Carlos Zapata Studio, SB Architects, Shinberg.Levinas Architectural Design, and Toshiko Mori Architect / VisionArc and Architecture Research Office.