Garine Boghossian is an architect and urbanist based in New York. She earned a post-professional degree in architecture and urbanism from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where she also worked as a teaching and research assistant. Her thesis at MIT examined the politics of architectural production in post-industrial cities, focusing on the Caucasus. Garine has a Bachelor of Architecture degree, with a minor in art history, from the American University of Beirut. She has taught architecture and urban design studios at Northeastern University and the Boston Architectural College. Her collaboration with Design Earth was recently featured at the Venice Biennale 2018, as part of the US Pavilion Dimensions of Citizenship. Garine’s professional work includes large-scale urban and regional planning projects worldwide. She is currently at ORG Permanent Modernity.