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 City 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 Connecticut.
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.