Jocelyn Froimovich


Work L3|91 310
El-Lissitzky-Straße 1
64287 Darmstadt

Jocelyn Froimovich (MSc. Columbia, 2010; BArch. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, 2007) is an architect licensed in Chile and New York State. She has worked for Bernard Tschumi, Weiss Manfredi, and Izquierdo Lehmann Architects. As an independent practitioner, her work ranges in focus and scale, from residential projects in New York State (with Maria Milans del Bosch) to installations such as MoMA’s Young Architects Program COSMO (Andrés Jaque Architects), exhibited in 2015 at MoMA PS1. Current projects include the New Lorenteggio Library in Milan to be built by 2022 (in collaboration with Urtzi Grau, Stefano Rolla and Laura Signorelli) and other projects in New York State, Chile and Europe. She has taught at Columbia University, the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, and the University of Liverpool. Jocelyn's approach has a strong collaborative emphasis, believing that successful designs depend upon the close integration of multiple disciplines and a thorough understanding of the various aspects that constitute the built environment.