felice grodin

Felice is a designer at William Lane Architect. Felice Grodin’s practice is focused on alternative landscapes that span both the micro and macro scale. Borrowing from her training as an architect, she explores processes that merge the physical and mental landscape. She attempts to map out cartographies of tension and compression that represent moments of transformation. Her work has been exhibited in several venues, including the Tampa Museum of Art, Locust Projects (Miami, FL), Museum of Art + Design (Miami), Design Matters Gallery (Los Angeles), and Diana Lowenstein Gallery (Miami).

Felice Grodin attended the Tulane University School of Architecture, where her thesis was a recipient of the Thomas J. Lupo Award for Metropolitan Studies. She received her Master of Architecture with Distinction from Harvard University. In addition to working for Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP in New York and Arquitectonica in Miami, she has also practiced as a professional artist for the last fifteen years.

She has worked on several projects at the firm including, a LEED certified renovation to a 60,000 square foot landmark building on Miami Beach. In addition she has worked on 1000 Venetian Island, a renovation to existing common areas for a high rise condominium which includes 42,000 square feet of exterior space and 16,000 of interior space. She has also served as Project Manager on the architectural and interior design of the Cruchet Residences, a 6,500 square foot private residence in Miami Beach.

Education

Harvard University, Graduate School of Architecture, Cambridge, MA
Master of Architecture with Distinction, 1997

Tulane University, School of Architecture, new Orleans, LA
Bachelor of Architecture, 1992

Awards/Grants

Faculty Design Award, Department of Architecture, GSD, Harvard University
Thomas J. Lupo Award for Metropolitan Studies, for Thesis Project, Tulane University

Professional

William Lane Architect, Miami, FL
Ackert Architecture, New York, NY
Skidmore, Owings & Merril LLP
Arquitectonica International (ARQ)

Practice

350 Lincoln Road Office, Miami Beach, FL
1000 Venetian Island, Miami, FL
Cruchet Residence, Miami, FL
Citibank Headquarters, Bahrain
Goldman Sachs Training Center, New York, NY

Academic

Adjunct Professor of Architecture, School of Architecture, Florida International University
Adjunct Professor of Architecture, School of Architecture, Rensselaer Polytechnical Institute
Architecture Instructor, Career Discover Program, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University