Dom Price specializes in architectural programming and modes of production, blending technical expertise with humanistic sensibility.
Dom received her Master of Architecture degree from the University of Michigan in 2000 where she was awarded the AIA Henry Adams Medal, Albert Kahn Fellowship, and the Marion Sarah Parker Memorial Award, among others. In 2007 she received the Booth Traveling Fellowship to travel extensively across Brasil. Dom spent six years in the studio with her mentor, the architect/sculptor Will Bruder in Phoenix, Arizona and also worked with Jeanne Gang at Studio Gang in Chicago, Illinois. In 2009 she became a registered architect and has taught, jurored, and lectured both locally and abroad, at California College of the Arts, UC Berkeley, UC Berkeley-Extension, San Jose State University, Arizona State University, and Torcuato di Tella University in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Awards include the AIA Arizona Honor Award, AIA Western Mountain Region Honor Award, IIDA Southwest Merit Award, Contract Magazine Best Public Interior Award, Arizona Masonry Guild Excellence in Masonry Award for her work with Will Bruder on Agave Library, the AIA Arizona Honor Award, AIA Northern Nevada Honor Award, AIA Western Mountain Region Honor Award for her work on Nevada Museum of Art, the AIA San Francisco Honor Award, AIA East Bay Honor Award, AIA Arizona Citation Award for her work on Hercules Public Library, the AIA Arizona Merit Award, AIA Western Mountain Region Citation Award for her work on Loloma 5, as well as the AIA Chicago Citation of Merit Award for her work with Studio Gang on Columbia College Media Production Center. In addition these projects have been widely published in Architectural Record, GA, Metropolis Magazine, UME, LOFT, Abitare, Plan, and Azure, among others. Dom is an active participant in the IIDA and AIA, and was recently a featured panelist for the AIA San Francisco.