Since Nina joined Richard Turlington Architects in 2012, she has contributed to projects of various scales, including institutional buildings, competitions abroad, and residential renovations. She brings with her prior experiences from financial services in technology and real estate and from large-scale domestic and international design work with Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects. There, she was able to work on master plan, transportation hub, mixed-use development, sports stadium, exhibition hall, and university projects that spanned the globe, from Connecticut to California, and Mexico, Saudi Arabia, China, Japan, Vietnam, and Singapore.
Nina enjoys making models and values digital production as well as manual handicraft. She attended the Yale School of Architecture, where she was given the opportunity to be part of the construction team that built a multi-family house for Building Project. As a graduate student, she was also able to take a seminar in Rome and advanced studios that traveled to Berlin and the Jura Mountains to visit canonical architectural icons. At home, she adores exploring the natural world and savoring the fruits of creative endeavors with her family – baking, gardening, reading, or watching acrobatic and magical performances.