Student
Yaara Yacoby

I am an M.Arch student at MIT's School of Architecture and Planning, interested in exploring the backstory of objects, materials, and practices. In the past, these narratives lead me to research historical documents, material properties, and psychological foundations for behaviors. In recent years, I've grown increasingly more interested in the role of narrative in design and world-building, as well as the methods we use to communicate architecture. 

Education

2013 - 2017
B.A. History of Art and Architecture, Harvard University

Academic Experience

2020 - 2020
Co-Instructor: 4.s64 Architecture, Culture and Science Fiction, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2019 - 2019
TA: 4.302 Foundations in Art, Design, and Spatial Practices, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2020 - 2020
TA: 4.051 The Human Factor in Innovation and Design Strategy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2021 - 2021
TA: 4.110 Design Across Scales, Massachusetts Institute of Technology