Caroline O’Donnell

Field of Practice:


City, Country:

Brooklyn, NY, United States


2007, 2008, 2009


June 2008 - Aug 2008

Born 1974 in Ireland.

She received her Bachelor of Architecture in 2000 from the Manchester School of Architecture, Great Britain. In 2006 Caroline O’Donnell obtained her Master of Architecture from Princeton University and was awarded the Suzanne Underwood Prize for exceptional ability and talent in architectural design.

She worked at KCAP (Kees Christiaanse Architects and Planners), Rotterdam and taught at the Technical University of Delft and the Manchester School of Architecture. Since 2005 she has been project architect at Eisenman Architects in New York. She is currently adjunct professor of architecture at the Cooper Union, New York.

O’Donnell is also one of the founding editors of the new architectural journal Pidgin. Her work has been exhibited at the 2006 Beijing Architecture Biennial; in the group exhibition »Heliodays in the Sun«, Urbis, Manchester and as part of the Fonds BKVB project »Gropesportretten 04-Fear and Space«, Design Dock, Rotterdam.