Miroslava Brooks is a faculty member at the Yale School of Architecture, teaching graduate design studios, visualization, and representation courses, and has also taught at University of Pennsylvania School of Design. She is a founding partner of FORMA, an architecture practice based in New York Cit that takes a thoughtful and rigorous approach toward design through speculative and built work. She is a registered architect in the state of Ohio and NCARB certified.
Originally from Slovakia, Miroslava came to the US in 2003 and graduated Summa Cum Laude from The Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture. She holds a Master of Architecture from Yale University where she was awarded the Gertraud A.Wood Fellowship and the William Wirt Winchester Travelling Fellowship - school's most prestigious prize.
Her professional experience includes working on large scale mixed-use developments in Asia while at Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects and a collaboration with Joyce Hsiang and Bimal Mendis on their 2013 Latrobe Prize-winning City of 7 Billion research project. Most recently, she was leading the design team for Eisenman Architects’ Yenikapi Archeological Museum in Istanbul. She is a citizen of both the United States and Slovakia.