Claudia Busch is a highly accomplished and innovative architect and educator with over 25 years of experience. Claudia serves as an Associate Teaching Professor at the FIU School of Architecture. There, she focuses on educating students about the critical aspects of our vulnerable built environment and imparts knowledge on developing resilient strategies for climate change through community-based studios.
As the co-founder of Berenblum Busch Architects, a Miami-based firm, she leads and directs multifaceted projects ranging from small to large-scale. Having worked with notable architects such as Zaha Hadid, Bernard Tschumi, and Richard Meier, she brings a fresh approach to design where structure, organization, and clarity strengthen each architectural concept. Claudia Busch is committed to shaping the future of architecture by merging her practical experience with a dedication to sustainable design and the education of the next generation of architects.