Mrs Jocelyn Froimovich MSc

Lecturer Architecture


Personal Statement

Jocelyn Froimovich (MSc Columbia University 2010, BA Universidad Católica de Chile 2007) is an architect licensed in Chile, Italy, and New York State. She has worked for Bernard Tschumi, Weiss Manfredi, and Izquierdo Lehmann Architects. As an independent practitioner, she develops projects of different scales, including residential projects in New York State (with Maria Milans del Bosch) and collaborations such as MoMA’s Young Architects Program COSMO (with Andrés Jaque), exhibited in 2015 at MoMA PS1, New York. Current works include the New Lorenteggio Library in Milan (under construction, with Urtzi Grau, Stefano Rolla and Laura Signorelli). Her designs have been finalist for international competitions such as 900+100 Museum (Milano, 2021), Magnifica Fabbrica (Milan, 2022). She has taught seminars and design studios at Columbia University, Universidad Católica, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, and Darmstadt University. Along with Johanna Muszbek, she leads the research and pedagogic program "How do we live?". She is a lecturer at the University of Liverpool.