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Constance Vale

Assistant Professor

Campus Box 1079
Biography 

MArch, Yale School of Architecture; BFA, Parsons School of Design

 

Constance Vale is an architectural designer and partner in the research and design practice Vale Collins Studio, based in Los Angeles and New York. The practice undertakes conceptual and aesthetic investigations with an interest in the relationship between art and architecture. In addition to working on speculative projects with Tyler Seth Collins, she recently completed a collaboration with SCI-Arc faculty Emmett Zeifman on a temporary theater for The Industry's production of Hopscotch: A Mobile Opera for 24 Cars.

Vale earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Parsons School of Design and her Master of Architecture from Yale School of Architecture, where she received the Moulton Andrus Award for Excellence in Art and Architecture and two Feldman Nominations. She has taught design studios at SCI-Arc and in the summer programs at UCLA and Parsons. She has practiced in Los Angeles, New York City, and in her hometown of Pittsburgh.