SCE Faculty Eva Perez de Vega presents at 2018 ACSA Conference

Sketches of the evolution of artwork display spaces.


Black box evolution sketches.


Part-time faculty Eva Perez de Vega will be presenting at the 2018 Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture in Denver. Her full paper titled, “The Body of Architecture and Its Image,” can be accessed here.


Eva Perez de Vega is an architect, designer, choreographer and educator. She holds a Masters and Bachelors degree in Architecture and Civil Engineering from the University of Madrid, School of Advanced Architecture (ETSAM), and is a Masters in Philosophy candidate at the New School For Social Research. In 2007 Eva co-founded e+i studio, a design practice based in NYC, established through a collaborative design-build project “Choreographing Space” that defined the practice’s philosophy; aimed at addressing issues of the body and movement through collaborative work that engages the public and the environment where it is built. Prior to co-founding e+i studio, after training professionally at the Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance, headed a multidisciplinary design practice aimed at exploring techniques of exchange between architecture and other disciplines such as dance. She is adjunct assistant professor at Parsons the New School For Design, where she has been teaching since 2004, and has previously taught at UPenn and Princeton School of Architecture. She has also been an invited guest critic at Pratt, Columbia, NJIT, City College and Princeton. Eva has lectured at a variety of venues; most recently she was invited to present at the Architecture + Philosophy conference held in Boston. Eva is a fellow from the New York Foundation For the Arts in category ‘Architecture and Environmental Structures’, an award recipient by Architecture For Humanity, Emerging NY Architects, among others, and three-time recipient of grants from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.