BA, Architecture, UC Berkeley; M.Arch and MLA, University of Virginia; MS, Architecture, Drylands Design, Arid Lands Institute, Woodbury University
Aja Bulla-Richards is an architectural and landscape architectural designer, public artist, educator and watershed planner. She works at the intersection between vast social, ecological and conceptual systems and everyday experience.
Aja holds three masters degrees and numerous design awards including a recent Great Streets Grant from the city of Los Angeles. She has worked for architecture, landscape and urban design firms in Los Angeles CA, Berlin Germany, Oakland CA, Sonoma CA, and Charlottesville VA. She has taught design studios at UVA, USC and Woodbury University. Aja is also the founder of SEEP, a design inquiry collective that utilizes multiple learning modalities to catalyze renewed relationships with natural systems, generating resilient cultural ecologies.