Susanna Woo Seierup
M. Arch. Harvard University
B. A., University of California at Los Angeles
Susanna Woo Seierup has been on the faculty at the USC School of Architecture since 2003. She has taught undergraduate design studios as well as a workshop course in architecture for non-architecture majors. She has contributed to the Global History of Architecture series as well as foreign studies programs in France and Malaysia. She is currently engaged in research and writing on historic Buddhist architecture in Korea. Her work in the office of Marmol Radziner + Associates includes The Accelerated School, a 131,000 square foot, Pre-K through 12 educational campus accommodating nearly 1,100 students in South Los Angeles, and the Altamira Residence, a 15,000 square foot family complex on a 20-acre bluff-top site. She has also been affiliated with Koning Eizenberg Architecture and RoTo Architects, Inc. Her work with these firms has been exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles and the University Art Museum at Cal State Long Beach and published extensively. Her award-winning work as a founding member of the design and research collaborative G-Force has been exhibited at the Oakland Museum of California. As an educator and a practitioner she believes firmly that critical thinking fueled by personal imperative is essential to fulfilling our social responsibility as designers.
University of Southern California
University Park Campus
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0291
Campus Ext: x06145