Roberta Feldman, FAIA, is an architectural activist, researcher and educator committed to socially just design. She is a professor emerita at School of Architecture, University of Illinois at Chicago.
- 26 years of experience as the director of the City Design Center at the University of Illinois at Chicago
- Work is grounded in the conviction that high quality design is a meaningful and necessary component of an equitable and sustainable society and has received over 50 federal and local government and foundation competitive grants for this work
- Feldman’s research has focused on affordable and public housing design
- Recognized nationally and internationally including: the 2011 FAIA Latrobe Prize with Bryan Bell, Sergio Palleroni and David Perkes; 2011 ACSA Service Award; 2008 AIA Chapter Distinguished Service Award; and many more awards
Last updated 8/25/16