Fatima Olivieri

Kieran Timberlake Associates

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Fatima Olivieri is an architect at Kieran Timberlake Associates in Philadelphia. She is currently working on a project for New York University and on the Mars City project, which received the National Institute of Building Sciences Member Award for its support of the STEM Initiative for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education. She writes about the built environment in HiddenCity Philadelphia.

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