Alana Green is an architecturally trained designer and artist. Her body of work is interdisciplinary in scope and includes urban installations, interior graphics, video, illustration, material explorations, modelling, drawing and architecture.

Alana is a recent graduate of the University of British Columbia’s School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, where she received her Master of Architecture degree in June 2011. Previously, she graduated with her Bachelor of Design from the Ontario College of Art and Design, majoring in Environmental Design.

Alana currently resides in Toronto, Ontario, where she works as an intern architect at TACT Architecture Inc. She previously worked for Bruce Mau Design in Toronto as an architectural designer and for LAVA in Stuttgart as an intern architect.

Alana is presently co-director of the Vancouver based design collective, the Loose Affiliates. The collective was formed in Vancouver in 2011 as a collaborative umbrella under which four like-minded creatives could put forth and realize new ideas. These ideas often crossed-over from the traditional practice of architecture into other art and design categories, resulting in projects that span different scales of time and place. Their first built public installation, Picnurbia, debuted in the summer of 2011 in the heart of Vancouver, Robson Square. Most recently, the Loose Affiliates exhibited work in the Canadian Pavilion at the 13th International Architecture Biennale in Venice, Italy.