Our Fellows push the vision of MADWORKSHOP forward year by year. Handpicked from the most competitive design programs and burgeoning studios, these remarkable young thinkers bring their ideas from concept to reality during the course of their fellowship.
Diana is a designer, fabricator, and programmer from Los Angeles. She began working with MADWORKSHOP as an undergraduate student at the Arroyo Bridge Studio at the University of Southern California Architecture School, a project sponsored by the Foundation. She joined the MADWORKSHOP team full time after graduating with a Bachelors of Architecture where she performed several construction activities involving concrete, wood and glass detailing; designed and constructed a small folly; and worked on the SIX Chair. She also helped edit and design Joy Ride, which documents MADWORKSHOP Founder David C. Martin’s journey to Mexico’s ancient and colonial sites. She is currently pursuing her Masters of Design Studies in Technology at the Harvard Graduate School of Design with a focus on exploring the implementations and implications of interactive digital fabrication methods.