Marie S. A. Sorensen is head of Sorensen Partners|Architects + Planners in Cambridge, MA and teaches Architectural History and Theory at Norwich University. She earned her MArch and MCP from UC Berkeley and received the John K. Branner Fellowship in 2006 for Transformations: Urban Memory and the Re-Making of Marginal Industrial, Military, and Leisure Space – a global investigation of adaptive reuse sites and strategies across twelve countries. Sorensen holds a B.A. in Anthropology and Art, with honors, from Yale University, and was nominated in 2015 for the AIA Young Architects Award.
Sorenson, Marie S.A.
"FIGURAL IDENTITY IN ADAPTIVE REUSE PRESERVED, NEW, AND HYBRID,"
IntAR Interventions Adaptive Reuse: Vol. 7, Article 11.