Ciana Frenze



Pier Park
Waste to Nightclub
Brooklyn Interlock

published work

The Virtual Hallway
Authorship and Agency



Hello, I am a multidisciplinary designer based in Brooklyn, focusing on architectural explorations—both visual and written.

In 2013, I graduated from UMass Dartmouth with a BFA in Graphic Design and a concentration in tactile arts, specifically printmaking and bookmaking.

After practicing communications design for almost six years—largely identity branding, infographics, print, and web design—my desire to expand my design vocabulary led me to architecture, particularly the way it shapes the minutiae of our lives.

In 2021, I received an M.Arch from Pratt Institute’s School of Architecture. 


TARP is a student-led group within the Pratt GAUD interviewing visiting architects, designers, philosophers, theorists, historians, and educators in conjunction with the GAUD’s ongoing lecture series. 

In the Spring of 2019, four peers and myself within TARP had the opportunity to interview Graham Harman and Manuel DeLanda and collabortively write about the theme of the interview: authorship and agency with machine learning and AI.
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