Adrianne Wilson Joergensen is an architectural and graphic designer and researcher. Currently, she is Research Coordinator for ‘Tourism and Cultural Heritage: A Case Study on the Explorer Franz Junghuhn,’ a multi-disciplinary traveling research project led by ETH Zürich Professors Philip Ursprung and Alex Lehnerer at the ETH Future Cities Laboratory (FCL) in Singapore. Her research within the project explores the drawn representation of the volcano as an architectural figure.
She holds a Master of Architecture from the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) School of Architecture, where she was a Graduate Teaching Assistant and leader of the Department of Urban Speculation (DeptUS). Through professional practice, she has worked with Cosmo Design Factory in New York, FAT in London, and UrbanLab in Chicago. Her drawings have been published in SOILED, TheDraftery.com and The Economy and shown at NUS Museum in Singapore, the Storefront for Art and Architecture in New York, and the Chicago Architecture Foundation. Her Bachelor of Graphic Design is from North Carolina State University and she previously ran her own graphic design collective. Originally from Chapel Hill, North Carolina, she has traveled to 30 countries, and worked or studied in Chicago, Copenhagen, and Berlin before moving to Singapore.