Elizabeth Lovett is a practicing architect and principal of Lovett Keshet Studio. Her interest in the language of geometry and the pragmatic constraints of materials and construction has led to an expertise in historic and modern building practices. This expertise has manifested itself in both the theory and practice of architecture. She is a co-author of Material Design: Informing Architecture by Materiality, published by Birkhauser and her drawings appear in The Function of Form by Farshid Moussavi.
Elizabeth’s Harvard Master's thesis centered on the history of perspective theory and the generative potential of the constructed perspective drawing.
Bachelor of Arts, (B.A.) University of Pennsylvania, Major in Architecture
Master of Architecture (M.Arch I), Harvard University, Graduate School of Design