Georgina Huljich received a master of architecture from UCLA and a diploma from National University of Rosario, Argentina. She is co principal of P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S, an architectural design practice based in Los Angeles. P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S gained international recognition for its subtle approach to architecture; one that seamlessly integrates advanced technology within an extensive consideration of form, novel tectonics and innovative materials. With a decidedly global influence and working across multiple scales, programs and cultures, the office completed projects in the US, South America and Asia. Its work was exhibited and published worldwide most notably at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, Venice Biennale in Italy, the Art Institute of Chicago, San Francisco MOMA, Vienna MAK Museum, where their work is also part of the permanent collections.
P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S received numerous prizes and awards including two AIA LA Honor Awards, an AIA National Design Review Honorific Mention; first prizes in the competitions for the SCI-Arc Graduation
Pavilion, a Temporary Pavilion for MOCA, the Vertical Garden at the Schindler House and the New SCI_Arc Café; Emerging Voices Series of the Architectural league of New York, and was the recipient of the Arch is Award by the AIA LA Chapter. In 2013, Marcelo Spina and Georgina Huljich were the recipients of the prestigious USA Grigor Fellowship. PATTERNS first comprehensive book- monograph entitled Embedded was released in 2011.
Georgina Huljich received a master of architecture from UCLA and a diploma from National University of Rosario, Argentina. She is co principal of P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S, an architectural design practice based in Los Angeles. P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S
Other awards include the ACSA Faculty Award and the American Architecture Award from The Chicago Athenaeum both for Jujuy Redux, a special mention in the Architizer Awards for the League of Shadows Pavilion, and a grant from the prestigious Graham Foundation to publish the forthcoming book “Mute Icons: The Pressing Dichotomy of Contemporary Architecture”.
Huljich has previously worked at the Guggenheim Museum and the architectural firm Dean/Wolf Architects in New York and as project designer at Morphosis in Los Angeles. She has lectured extensively in the U.S. and internationally, and has held teaching positions including the Louis I. Kahn Visiting Assistant Professorship at Yale, Maybeck Fellowship at UC Berkeley, Visiting Professorships at Tokyo Institute of Technology in Japan, the University of Southern California in Los Angeles and the Di Tella University in Buenos Aires, Argentina.