Lindsey Olivia Krug
Lindsey Krug (she/hers) is a designer and researcher based in Chicago, as well as an Assistant Professor of Architecture at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee where she was the 2020-21 Fitzhugh Scott Advancing Contemporary Theories Fellow. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Pennsylvania, and a Master of Architecture from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design.
Through the lens of the architectural user as a body in space, her work focuses on how design solidifies and reinforces bodily taboos, hierarchies, and inequities into built form and seeks alternative futures for architectural inhabitants. Krug has contributed to spatial research investigating human rights abuses against protesters in the 2014 Euromaidan protests in Ukraine, on-going and projected climate risks of melting permafrost in Russia, and relationships between gender, typology, and the architectural generic. Krug has previously practiced at WOJR, SITU Research, ODA, and Studio Gang.
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