Heather Flood is a designer of information, graphics, and architecture. Her work integrates the disciplines and techniques of cultural research, graphic art, and architectural design to create experientially dense environments. Founder and principal of F-lab, Heather’s work has been published and exhibited internationally. Prior to forming F-lab, Heather worked in the offices of Murphy, Burnham, and Buttrick Architects (New York), HOLST Architecture (Portland), and Roto Architects (Los Angeles). In addition to her professional practice, Heather teaches design studios with a focus on beginning design pedagogy at Woodbury. She has taught design studios and visual studies seminars at SCI-Arc, as well as UCLA and the University of Kentucky. Heather has a Master of Architecture degree from the Southern California Institute of Architecture where she graduated with honors and received the Henry Adams Medal awarded to the top ranking graduate student. Heather has a Bachelor of Art degree from Michigan State University.
Master of Architecture, SCI-Arc
Bachelor of Art, Michigan State University