Jacqueline Martinez is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Columbia GSAPP and
designer at Snøhetta in the New York office. Receiving both her Masters of
Architecture and Masters of Landscape Architecture from the University of
Pennsylvania, Jacqueline’s work focuses on the public realm, concentrating on
resilient systems of urbanism, anthropocentric cycles, and ideas of
exploited ephemerality. Working within a large spectrum of project scales and
typologies, Jacqueline excels with design communication and constructed narratives.
Awarded the Paul Philippe Cret Medal and the Laurie D. Olin Prize in Landscape
Architecture, Jacqueline has received numerous awards throughout her academic
career. Jacqueline currently teaches courses exploring experimental mixed media
model making methodologies.