Brittany Utting
Assistant Professor


Brittany Utting is an Assistant Professor of Architecture at Rice University and co-founder of the research and design collaborative HOME-OFFICE.

Her work examines the relationship between architecture, collective life, and environmental care. She previously taught at the University of Michigan as the 2017–2018 Willard A. Oberdick Fellow. Brittany received her Master of Architecture from Yale University and a B.S. in Architecture from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Brittany is a registered architect in New York and previously practiced at Thomas Phifer and Partners as project designer for the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw. She is the editor of the forthcoming volume Architectures of Care: From the Intimate to the Common (Routledge, 2023), and guest editor, with Albert Pope, of the special issue Log 60: The Sixth Sphere (Winter/Summer 2024).


  • M.Arch., Yale University
  • B.S., Georgia Institute of Technology

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