Alina Gorokhova is a Design Team Member in the Studio’s New York office. She is interested in stretching the boundary of possibilities within physical and virtual environments and enjoys projects of various types and scales, from research to construction. Influenced by the Studio’s Garden in the Machine proposal, developed for the Museum of Modern Art’s exhibition Foreclosed: Rehousing the American Dream, she appreciates how the Studio uses form to explore the potential of human interaction.
Prior to joining Studio Gang, Alina designed and saw through construction The Shed at Diller Scofidio and Renfro’s office in New York. She also consulted with Gehry Technologies on a variety of projects in the AEC industry, including the World Trade Center. Her design vision is backed by advanced technical prowess in parametrics. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Cornell University and Master of Architecture degree from the Columbia GSAPP.
Originally from Russia, Alina enjoys stumbling upon unique cultural specificities through travel and currently calls New York home.