Interboro is a New York City-based architecture, planning and research firm founded in 2002.
Interboro’s subject is the extraordinary, exciting complexity of the contemporary city, which it engages through writing, teaching, curating and professional practice.
Interboro has won many awards for its projects. In 2006, Interboro won the New Practices Award from the AIA New York Chapter. In 2005, Interboro was awarded the Architectural League’s Young Architects Award. Interboro’s work has been exhibited widely, most recently at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburg, the German Architecture Museum in Frankfurt, the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, and at the 2009 Casablanca Architecture Biennial.
Interboro’s current projects include a temporary sculpture park and tree nursery in downtown Manhattan; a neighborhood plan for Newark, New Jersey; and a number of large scale installations for the American section of the 2009 International Architecture Biennial in Rotterdam, which Interboro is also curating.
Interboro’s principals and founders are Tobias Armborst, Daniel D’Oca, and Georgeen Theodore.
Tobias Armborst received a Diplom Ingenieur in Architecture from RWTH Aachen and a Master of Architecture in Urban Design from the Harvard Design School. He is also an Assistant Professor of Art and Urban Studies at Vassar College, NY.
Daniel D’Oca received a Master in Urban Planning degree from the Harvard Design School in 2002. He is Assistant Professor of Urban History and Theory at the Maryland Institute College of Art.
Georgeen Theodore received a Bachelor of Architecture from Rice University and a Master of Architecture in Urban Design from the Harvard Design School. She is an Assistant Professor at New Jersey Institute of Technology’s School of Architecture and the Associate Director of the Infrastructure Planning Program.