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Patricia Anahory

Patricia Anahory is an architect working across building, art, pedagogy and curatorial practices to explore frameworks from which to understand the entanglements of space, coloniality, race, power, and arbiters of development. Her interests center on interrogating the politics and narratives of identity and belonging across spatial practices.

Currently, she is Visiting Assistant Professor at Columbia University’s GSAPP and a member of the Board of Academic Advisors at the African Futures Institute, an independent postgraduate school of architecture in Accra, Ghana.

Anahory is the co-founder of Storia na Lugar, a storytelling and counter-narrative platform and a co-curator of her(e), otherwise, an experimental platform that welcomes African and diaspora women architects to develop a community for knowledge production, and facilitate inquiry into notions of representation and belonging.

While at the University of Cabo Verde, she served as Founding Director of CIDLOT, a multidisciplinary research center proposing a critical understanding of the dynamics between territory, settlement and local development.

She holds a Masters of Architecture degree from Princeton University and professional undergraduate degree in architecture from the Boston Architectural College


Course Semester Title Student Work Instructor Syllabus Requirements & Sequence Location & Time Session & Points Call No.
A4106‑16 Spring 2023
Architecture Studio VI
Arch anahory runxin fu sp23 01
Arch anahory samvelasquez sp23 01
Arch anahory steven lin sp23 02
Patricia Anahory
600 / 700 AVERY
0 Points
A6520‑1 Spring 2023
Opaque Cartographies: Storying (Practices of) Belonging Otherwise
Patricia Anahory
W 11 AM - 1 PM
3 Points
A4101‑1 Fall 2022
Architecture Studio I
Arch anahory yiheng zhao fa22 vendor s app   update a place of gathering
Arch anahory andrewlin fa22 08 table of negotiation
Arch anahory gabrielaramos fa22 04  plan
Patricia Anahory
0 Points