2022
Forthcoming
Principal Palmyra Geraki is a contributor to an article titled “Beyond Capitalism? Organizing Architecture Education” to be published in the Journal of Architectural Education 76. The article was co-authored with Frank Burridge, Aaron Cayer, Kirsten Day, Peggy Deamer, Andrea Dietz, Jessica Garcia Fritz, Daniel Jacobs, Valérie Lechêne, and Natalie Leonard, fellow organizers of the 2021 ABC Summer School.
August 12
Principal Palmyra Geraki will be the editor of Skyline 79 for the New York Review of Architecture.
July 18-24
Principal Palmyra Geraki was one of the organizers of the 2022 iteration of the Architecture Beyond Capitalism (A-B-C) Summer School.
June 3
Principal Palmyra Geraki was the editor of Skyline 72 for the New York Review of Architecture.
May-June
Principal Palmyra Geraki contributed to an essay titled “Not as Easy as ABC” published in Log 54: Coauthoring. The piece, a record of a series of conversations about the 2021 Architecture Beyond Capitalism Summer School, was co-authored with The Academia Working Group within the Architecture Lobby.
May 20
Principal Palmyra Geraki was the editor of Skyline 70 for the New York Review of Architecture.
May 13
Principal Palmyra Geraki was the editor of Skyline 69 for the New York Review of Architecture.
April 1
Palmyra PLLC was named the 8th best architecture firm in Chicago by Architizer.
March 8
Principal Palmyra Geraki was a panelist for “Architectural Work and Activism” hosted by Yale Women in Architecture. The panel, moderated by Peggy Deamer, also included Elaina Berkowitz, Elisa Iturbe, and Xinyi Xie.
March 8
Principal Palmyra Geraki was a panelist for the University of Illinois Chicago AIAS Women’s Month Panel "Profession" along with Abby Chang.
2021
November 4
Our project "Not All White Walls" received an Architecture MasterPrize Honorable Mention in the Exhibition category.
September 23
Principal Palmyra Geraki presented the "Architecture Beyond Capitalism School" at ACD 44, the national conference organized by the Association for Community Designi>, together with Peggy Deamer, Valérie Lechêne, and Natalie Leonard.
August-September
Principal Palmyra Geraki contributed a review of Theory's Curriculum (edited by Joseph Bedford, The Architecture Exchange, 2020) to Issue 22 of New York Review of Architecture.
July 8
Principal Palmyra Geraki presented the project "Not All White Walls" at the 27th World Congress of Architects organized by UIA in Rio De Janeiro (Brazil) and online.
July 6
Our project "Not All White Walls" was selected as the 2021 Popular Choice Winner in the A+Awards Architecture +Color category.
June 19-July 31
Principal Palmyra Geraki was one of the organizers of the 2021 Architecture Beyond Capitalism (ABC) Summer School. She was the co-coordinator of "Collectives," the third and final session of the school, together with Quilian Riano.
April 9
Principal Palmyra Geraki was a panelist for a Workshop titled “Alternative Frameworks for Architectural Practice: The Coop Model" at ACSA 109, the annual conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture. Other panelists, all members of the Architecture Lobby's Coop Network Group, included: Ashton Hamm, Chase Robinson, Christian Rutherford, Gabriel Cira, Martha Kriley, Matthew Okazaki, Peggy Deamer, Quilian Riano, and Shawhin Roudbari.
March 26
Principal Palmyra Geraki presented a paper titled "Lessons from Close Reading" at ACSA 109.
March 22
Principal Palmyra Geraki presented a paper titled "Format as Pedagogy: deploying digital and hybridized formats in post-pandemic beginning design studio" at NCBDS 36 (National Conference on the Beginning Design Student).
2020
November
Principal Palmyra Geraki contributed a review of The Invention of Public Space by Mariana Mogilevich to Issue 16 of New York Review of Architecture.
October 15
Principal Palmyra Geraki was a panelist for a Coop Roundtable Coversation titled "Worker-Forward Modes of Practice: Worker-Owned Firms; Cooperative Networks; Unions; Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs)" at the 2020 National NOMA (National Organization of Minority Architects) Conference "Spatial Shifts" that took place in Oakland. Other panelists included: Ashton Hamm, Gabriel Cira, Matthew Okazaki, and Quilian Riano of the Architectur Lobby; A.L. Hu of Mutual Aid NYC; Jonathan Welle and Mordecai Cargill of Cleveland Owns.
January
Principal Palmyra Geraki joined the faculty at University of Illinois Chicago.
2019
October 16-20
Our project "Not All White Walls" was selected to be exhibited at the 2019 NOMA National Conference: “Believe the Hype” in Brooklyn, NY.
May 17-20
Our project "Not All White Walls" went live at California College of the Arts!
May 11-16
Artwork dropoff, space prep, room setup, and artwork installation for our project "Not All White Walls" at California College of the Arts!
2018
May 24
Principal Palmyra Geraki was a panelist at the “No Borders" Architects meet in Fuoribiennale roundtable at the Venice Biennale.
2017
August
Principal Palmyra Geraki joined the faculty at California College of the Arts.