Heather Roberge, Principal
Heather Roberge is a designer and educator in Los Angeles. She is the founder and principal of murmur, an architectural practice that studies the spatial, structural and atmospheric potential of emerging digital design and manufacturing techniques.
She is Associate Vice Chair of the Department of Architecture at UCLA where she has taught since 2002. She teaches graduate courses in design and technology and is currently director of the undergraduate program in Architectural Studies. Ms. Roberge’s research focuses on the structural and atmospheric implications of contemporary surfaces with particular interest in formal and material experimentation that engages the senses.
From 1999 to 2006, she was a partner in the design practice, Gnuform. Prior to co-founding Gnuform, Ms. Roberge worked at Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum, Davis Brody Bond, Architecture Research Office, and Eisenman Architects. Please follow the links for more information on awards and publications.
Ms. Roberge received both her Bachelor of Science and her Master of Architecture degrees at The Ohio State University, where she received the AIA Certificate of Excellence and graduated with honors. In 1995, Ms. Roberge studied at the Architectural Association in London.