Tami Banh is an Associate at SCAPE. With a background in landscape and architecture, she is interested in pushing disciplinary boundaries and investigating the relationship between politics, ecology, landscape, urbanism, and architecture. Her works and research focus on ecology, displacement, climate resilience, critical cartography, and human-nonhuman cohabitation.
Tami holds a dual Master’s in Architecture and Landscape Architecture with Distinction from Harvard University, where she was awarded the Penny White Travelling Fellowship. She also holds a Bachelor’s in Architecture from the University of Southern California. She also received two Student Honor Awards from ASLA and BSLA. Tami is an Associate Adjunct Professor in the Urban Design program at Columbia University.