Alice Cimring is a registered architect and founder of Cimring Architect. She earned a Master in Architecture II from Harvard University Graduate School of Design and a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of Miami School of Architecture.
She has worked with small and large firms locally and abroad, including Zyscovich in Miami and Pierre Colboc in Paris, and has had experience in a variety of project types ranging from residential, to large commercial endeavors, including hotels, schools, museums and master planning. Her work experience includes the winning project for the Turnpike Service plazas in Florida, the Marriott Ocean Village and Resort in Hollywood, FL with Zyscovich, as well as the master plan and new building for the Carrolton School of Sacred Heart in Miami with Martinez and Alvarez Architects, amongst others.
An avid believer in the importance of weaving academic and professional work, Alice Cimring is currently an adjunct professor at the Florida International University School of Architecture and the University of Miami School of Architecture, where she teaches design at an undergraduate and graduate level. Her academic research focuses on Latin America, more specifically her home country of Brazil, where she is currently conducting a study on the urban impact of the upcoming Fifa World Cup 2014 and 2016 Olympics.
She has received numerous awards such as the Certificate of Merit from the Henry Adams Fund for Excellence in the Study of Architecture presented by the American Institute of Architects (2004) and had her work published in Catherine Lynn and Carie Penabad book “Marion Manley – Miami’s First Woman Architect” (2010.)