Talia Pinto-Handler comes to the practice of architecture from an interest in large scale interventions and the politics of space-making. She is also particularly inspired by the ability of light, both natural and artificial, to manipulate and transform buildings. At MBB, she is currently working on the Bainbridge House project for Princeton University. At other firms prior, Talia worked on a variety of residential, commercial and institutional projects.
Talia holds a Master of Architecture degree from Yale University, and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Michigan.