Carrie Eastman

Adjunct Lecturer in Architecture


  • Architecture


  • Master of Landscape Architecture, University of Virginia
  • Bachelor of Art, Brown University


Carrie Eastman is a writer and editor, designer and educator. She is the co-author of the recent book Occupation: Boundary: Art, Architecture and Culture at the Water (ORO Editions, 2022), which explores the social, political and cultural factors of the rise, fall and reclamation of the urban waterfront. She is an editor of the forthcoming Grow the Future: Visions of Biodesign, a book that features projects and writings by artists, designers and scientists in this emerging field, and a co-editor of In Search of African American Space: Redressing Racism (Zürich: Lars Müller Publishers, 2020), a volume of essays that reconsiders African American spatial typologies. 

Carrie practices landscape architecture independently after having spent 15 years working on large-scale public projects in and around New York City. She has taught and offers support for several courses at CAPLA and her writing has appeared in that institution’s annual journal on contemporary themes in architecture.