Chelsea Limbird is an architectural designer, artist, writer and educator based in New York City. She teaches studio, representation and design theory courses at Parsons the New School for Design, Pratt Institute and the New York Institute of Technology. Limbird has contributed to curriculum development, media and publication, architectural archiving, and sustainable and resiliency development research. Her design work focuses on narrative as a generator for line, word, image and experience. Projects include writing, drawing, sculpture and site-specific installation.
Limbird studied Economics and Architectural History at Brown University. She received her Master of Architecture degree from the Rhode Island School of Design where she was awarded the Henry Adams AIA Silver Medal in 2009. As a graduate student, Limbird taught in Architecture, History of Art and Visual Culture, Foundation and the Summer Program in English Language Studies. Since graduating, she has exhibited drawing, photography and artist books in Rhode Island, New York City and Tokyo and has published prose, poetry and design projects internationally.