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Kean University


  • Ithaca College, Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies (Martin Luther King Jr. Scholar), 2012
  • The Ohio State University, Master of Architecture, 2015
  • Boston University, Master of Arts in Gastronomy, 2023

Courses Taught

  • ARCH 2103 - Studio 3: Landscape 
  • ARCH 2303 - Representation 3 
  • ARCH 2304 - Representation 4
  • ARCH 4107 - Studio 7 
  • ARCH 4207 - History 7: Food Landscapes
  • ARCH 4208 - History 8: Architecture & Media
  • ARCH 5210 - History 10: Thesis Prep
  • ARCH 5602 - Globalization & Urbanism Elective: Food Landscapes

Research Interests

  • Architectural Interfaces
  • Food studies
  • Food imagery
  • Architectural representation
  • Digital technologies


Stephanie Sang Delgado is a Cuban Chinese architect and educator. She is the co-director of office ca, an experimental collaborative practice with Galo Canizares, and an Assistant Professor at Kean University in the School of Public Architecture at the Michael Graves College. Her research focuses on how interfaces can destabilize architecture to produce constantly evolving structures. With an emphasis on movable and indeterminate architecture, her work creates new fictions and new realities through subtle and overt manipulations of existing building components. Her research also focuses on food, its colonial legacy to the urban landscape, and the cultural value of food images.

Stephanie received her M. Arch from The Ohio State University, where she was the Graduate Enrichment Fellow and a recipient of the Architecture Research Travel Award. She received her Master of Arts in Gastronomy from Boston University with a Communication Focus, and she received her B.A. in Architectural Studies from Ithaca College, where she was a Martin Luther King Jr. Scholar. Her work has been exhibited in Columbus, Los Angeles, Denver, Cincinnati, Lexington, Lake Forest, Lubbock, New York City, Chicago, and Tallinn, Estonia. She has taught at the Ohio State University, Columbus College of Art and Design, Texas Tech University, Virginia Tech, University of Houston and was the 2020 Visiting Teaching Fellow at the School of Architecture at Taliesin.