Ingalill Wahlroos-Ritter is an architect, educator, and design consultant specializing in the building envelope and the experimental architectural use of glass. She is Dean of the School of Architecture at Woodbury University and has taught at Yale, Cornell, UCL Bartlett School of Architecture, and SCI-Arc. Ingalill also serves as Director of WUHO, the Woodbury University Hollywood gallery, a venue for exhibitions, installations, and public dialogue, and serves on the Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design Advisory Board.
Her architectural practice WROAD, in partnership with Roland Wahlroos-Ritter, navigates transdisciplinary territory in the diverse type and scale of projects. She has collaborated on multiple award-winning projects including as façade consultant on Bloom with DoSu Architects, the Portland Aerial Tramway with AGPS, the Centre Pompidou exhibition Continuities of the Incomplete with Morphosis, and as project architect for the Corning Museum of Glass with Smith-Miller + Hawkinson Architects.
Elevated to AIA Fellow in 2018, she is recipient of the 2016 AIA California Council Educator Award, and was honored in 2018 with the AIA|LA Presidential Educator of the Year Award. She was recognized by DesignIntelligence as one of the nation’s Most Admired Educators in architecture and design in 2019.
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