Mimi Zeiger (M.Arch '98) features in an interview for the Cup O' Design podcast series produced by Archiculture. The third edition of the series finds Zeiger, author and editor of Tiny Houses, New Museums: Contemporary Museum Architecture around the World, and zine turned blog Loudpaper, at her apartment in Brooklyn, New York.
Mimi started writing for the zine/Loudpaper while attending SCI-Arc in the late '90s. She has since evolved and honed her writing skills while staying close to her passionate subject matter of architecture, art and design. She has published pieces in mainstream publications such as The New York Times and many leading architectural publications including Metropolis, Dwell, Azure, and Architect—where she is a contributing editor.
Zeiger has taught at Parsons, the California College of the Arts (CCA) and at SCI-Arc. Her cross-disciplinary seminars explore the relationships between architecture, art, urban space, and popular culture. She holds a Master of Architecture degree from SCI-Arc and a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Cornell University.
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