Emma Jurczynski

Emma was born and raised in London, UK. She did a foundation in Architecture at the Architectural Association in 2013 and obtained a BSc from The Bartlett School of Architecture in 2016. Models from her final project were exhibited in the RIBA president's office in 2017. During undergrad and post-graduation she worked for Duggan Morris Architects and subsequently Mary Duggan Architects. Models and drawings she made at MDA were exhibited at the Victoria and Albert Museum's A Home for All: Six Experiments in Social Housing exhibition in London. Since joining MIT she has worked as an RA for Mariana Ibañez, Sheila Kennedy, and Rania Ghosn. She worked as a remote-making TA for the department and 4.440/4.462 Introduction to Structural Design.

Areas of Interest
Art and Technology, Building Materials, Climate Change, Computation, Digital Fabrication, Fine Arts, Graphic Representation, Social Equity, Sustainability, Theory of Architecture


2018 - 2022
MArch, MIT
2013 - 2016
BSc Architecture, The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL
2012 - 2013
Foundation, Architectural Association School of Architecture

Academic Experience

- 2019
Research Assistant - Mariana Ibañez, MIT
- 2020
Research Assistant - Sheila Kennedy, MIT
- 2021
Research Assistant - Rania Ghosn, MIT
- 2020
Remote Making TA, MIT
- 2021
4.440/4.462 Remote Making TA, MIT
- 2020
Applicant Mentorship Program - Mentor, MIT
- 2021
Woodshop monitor, MIT

Professional Experience

2015 - 2016
Duggan Morris Architects,
2016 - 2018
Mary Duggan Architects,