Marina Mindlin Loeb is an architect who considers quality of life and human, spatial and urban interaction when creating solutions that go beyond the basic requirements by adding enriching dimensions that instigate reflection, expand horizons and give meaning to new experiences.
Marina Mindlin Loeb graduated in architecture and urbanism from Mackenzie University's School of Architecture – the first to be established in São Paulo –, in 1997 and, in 2001, concluded her Design Research Laboratory Master's degree from the Architectural Association School of Architecture, in London.
She worked abroad for 8 years, at such firms as Safdie Architects, in Boston, and Foster + Partners and Rafael Viñoly Architects, in London, developing large-scale projects for cultural, residential, corporate, mixed use, commercial and retail buildings, among others. This breadth of experience also included the administrative and legislative aspects of integrated project management, as well as interaction with clients, developers, contractors, suppliers and consultants, in addition to managing architectural firms.
In Brazil, she has worked at LoebCapote Arquitetura, collaborated with a variety of national firms and, more recently, started her solo career, developing her own projects and those in partnership with other architects.
She is the founder and director of Loeb Architecture Ltd., based in London. She is a registered professional of the ARB (Architects Registration Board), in London, and the CAU (Regional Board Architecture and Urbanism), in São Paulo, as well as a member of RIBA (the Royal Institute of British Architects), enabling her to exercise her profession in Brazil and Europe.