Hayley Eber

Assistant Professor Adjunct

Hayley Eber (b. Johannesburg, South Africa) is an architect, designer and educator. She is currently an adjunct Professor at The Cooper Union, a visiting lecturer at Princeton University and the Principal of EFGH, a New-York based practice for architecture and design. EFGH was founded in 2008, with experience ranging from public and cultural projects to houses, exhibitions, and research-based initiatives.

She previously worked at Diller Scofidio and Renfro in New York, where her experience ranged from temporary installation and media work, performance, architectural competitions and large scale urban projects, most notably the High Line. Prior to joining DS+R, she worked at Eisenman Architects in NY on The Arizona Cardinals Stadium and the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin and at Wiel Arets Architects in Maastricht on the Utrecht University Library.

She holds a Masters in Architecture from Princeton University School of Architecture, a Bachelors of Architecture from the Cooper Union, and a BAS from the University of Cape Town. She is a registered architect in the state of New York.

View Hayley Eber's CV here. 

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