Stephanie Sang Delgado
Visiting Professor

B.A. Architectural Studies, Ithaca College

M.Arch., The Ohio State University

B.A. Architectural Studies, Ithaca College

M.Arch., The Ohio State University

Stephanie Sang Delgado is an architect and educator. She is the co-director of office ca, an experimental practice. Her research focuses on how interfaces can destabilize architecture to produce constantly evolving structures. With an emphasis on movable and indeterminate architecture, her work creates new fictions and new realities through subtle and overt manipulations of existing building components. Lately, she has been focusing on domesticity and how our routines and absurdities tend to manifest themselves in the home rather than in public spaces. While focusing on the home, she’s been interested in our rituals around food and how those affect physical space but also our conceptions of that space.

She’s currently pursuing a Master of Liberal Arts in Gastronomy at Boston University. Stephanie received her M.Arch from The Ohio State University where she was the Graduate Enrichment Fellow and a recipient of the Architecture Research Travel Award. She got her B.A. in Architectural Studies Magna Cum Laude from Ithaca College where she was a Martin Luther King Jr. Scholar, and graduated with departmental honors.

Stephanie is a licensed architect in Ohio and has practiced at DesignGroup where she worked on the Columbus Museum of Art and CSCC’s School of Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts. She has taught at the Knowlton School of Architecture at The Ohio State University, Columbus College of Art and Design and was the 2020 Visiting Teaching Fellow at the School of Architecture at Taliesin.

sangdelgado@vt.edu