Maddy Burke-Vigeland is an architect and Principal at Gensler, a global design firm, where she leads the firm’s global Education and Culture Practice Area. Maddy directs the strategic vision for Gensler’s education design network, engaging institutions in creating learning environments for the 21st century.
Burke-Vigeland is a member of DesigNYC’s founding committee and a past board member of The Storefront for Art and Architecture. Her design work for not-for-profit institutions includes projects with the School of the International Center of Photography, the New Museum, The Clark, and the Jackie Robinson Foundation. She has taught in the architecture and design programs at Pratt Institute, Parsons, and The New York School of Interior Design. Maddy’s work has been published in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Architectural Record, Interior Design. and others.