Maryam Aljomairi is a Bahraini architect and researcher. Her work aims to integrate novel fabrication techniques with computational design and material systems. In 2018, Maryam was awarded with a Fulbright Graduate Scholarship to pursue a MSc. of Architecture in Digital and Material Technologies at the University of Michigan, where she served as a research assistant to Catie Newell and was a recipient of the 2019 Master of Science, Digital + Material Technologies Award as well as the Taubman College Alumni Council Award.
Her work has been exhibited and published internationally most notably at the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale with a publication titled “Friday Sermon”, RIBA President Medals, A’ Design Award, Archdaily, and the National Museum of Bahrain. She acquired professional experience at Studio Anne Holtrop and is currently employed at Diller Scofidio + Renfro in New York.
2012 - 2017 :: B.Arch from The College of Architecture, Art, and Design - American University of Sharjah , UAE
2018 - 2019 :: MSc of Architecture in Material and Digital Technologies, Taubman College - University of Michigan, USA
2017 :: Director + Tutor at the Winter Architecture School - Bahrain
2017/2018 :: Junior Architect at Studio Anne Holtrop
2018 :: Project + Research Architect at Bahrain Authority for Culture and Antiquities
2018/2019 :: Research Assistant at the University of Michigan