Lila Cohen

Lila Cohen

Producer

Other Roles: Director

Areas of Focus: Documentaries

Organization: RTFWHG

Biography

Lila Cohen is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), currently practicing as a Senior Associate at a firm in San Francisco. Her work is committed to collaborations with community non-profits, who provide services for under-served populations in the Bay Area, with a focus on neighborhood-based supportive housing and experimental multipurpose development projects involving modular construction. Cohen co-authored “Herb Greene’s Generations: Six Decades of Collage Art and Architecture Generated with Perspectives from Science” (ORO Editions, 2015) and has presented lectures on Greene’s work at the University of California San Francisco, The School of Architecture at Taliesin and the University of Oklahoma. As a designer of small spaces that promote the use of repurposed materials she has appeared on Tiny House Hunting and worked with international organizations such as the Mmofra Foundation in Accra, Ghana. Cohen earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Arizona.

The restorations of the Prairie House and Joyce Residence will be captured as . . ————-part of of the ongoing documentary film project —————– Remembering the Future with Herb GreeneLila Cohen is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), currently practicing as a Senior Associate at a firm in San Francisco. Her work is committed to collaborations with community non-profits, who provide services for under-served populations in the Bay Area, with a focus on neighborhood-based supportive housing and experimental multipurpose development projects involving modular construction. Cohen co-authored “Herb Greene’s Generations: Six Decades of Collage Art and Architecture Generated with Perspectives from Science” (ORO Editions, 2015) and has presented lectures on Greene’s work at the University of California San Francisco, The School of Architecture at Taliesin and the University of Oklahoma. As a designer of small spaces that promote the use of repurposed materials she has appeared on Tiny House Hunting and worked with international organizations such as the Mmofra Foundation in Accra, Ghana. Cohen earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Arizona.Lila Cohen is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), currently practicing as a Senior Associate at a firm in San Francisco. Her work is committed to collaborations with community non-profits, who provide services for under-served populations in the Bay Area, with a focus on neighborhood-based supportive housing and experimental multipurpose development projects involving modular construction. Cohen co-authored “Herb Greene’s Generations: Six Decades of Collage Art and Architecture Generated with Perspectives from Science” (ORO Editions, 2015) and has presented lectures on Greene’s work at the University of California San Francisco, The School of Architecture at Taliesin and the University of Oklahoma. As a designer of small spaces that promote the use of repurposed materials she has appeared on Tiny House Hunting and worked with international organizations such as the Mmofra Foundation in Accra, Ghana. Cohen earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Arizona.Lila Cohen is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), currently practicing as a Senior Associate at a firm in San Francisco. Her work is committed to collaborations with community non-profits, who provide services for under-served populations in the Bay Area, with a focus on neighborhood-based supportive housing and experimental multipurpose development projects involving modular construction. Cohen co-authored “Herb Greene’s Generations: Six Decades of Collage Art and Architecture Generated with Perspectives from Science” (ORO Editions, 2015) and has presented lectures on Greene’s work at the University of California San Francisco, The School of Architecture at Taliesin and the University of Oklahoma. As a designer of small spaces that promote the use of repurposed materials she has appeared on Tiny House Hunting and worked with international organizations such as the Mmofra Foundation in Accra, Ghana. Cohen earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Arizona.Lila Cohen is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), currently practicing as a Senior Associate at a firm in San Francisco. Her work is committed to collaborations with community non-profits, who provide services for under-served populations in the Bay Area, with a focus on neighborhood-based supportive housing and experimental multipurpose development projects involving modular construction. Cohen co-authored “Herb Greene’s Generations: Six Decades of Collage Art and Architecture Generated with Perspectives from Science” (ORO Editions, 2015) and has presented lectures on Greene’s work at the University of California San Francisco, The School of Architecture at Taliesin and the University of Oklahoma. As a designer of small spaces that promote the use of repurposed materials she has appeared on Tiny House Hunting and worked with international organizations such as the Mmofra Foundation in Accra, Ghana. Cohen earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Arizona.