Member @ DesignMorphine
MArch II AA Design Research Lab
Alejandra Rojas is an architect, designer and artist. She’s currently working on a multi-use, ground up building in NYC. Previously, she has worked for architectural studios in Toronto and London. Alejandra completed her Postgraduate Master in Architecture and Urbanism (DRL) at the Architectural Association in 2015. Her thesis, “The Thread” was developed under the Robert Stuart-Smith Studio in collaboration with her team. “The Thread” explored the design opportunities of a semi-autonomous airborne tensile system, and was published in the Parametricism 2.0 edition of The Architectural Design magazine. In 2013, she graduated from the University of Waterloo. Upon graduation, she moved to NYC where she is currently working at FFA.