Brittany Utting is an architect and researcher investigating the ideological construct of the single family home. As the current Willard A. Oberdick Fellow, her work considers The Model Home as both a potent index of a society’s collective desires as well as a potential space for political leverage. She holds a Master of Architecture from Yale University where she received the Sonia Albert Schimberg Prize and the Charles Gwathmey Scholarship. She received a BS in Architecture from the Georgia Institute of Technology, graduating as Presidential Scholar and a founding member of the Shape Computation Laboratory. She was also a recipient of the Presidential Undergraduate Research Award for her work on informal housing typologies. Most recently, Utting practiced at Thomas Phifer and Partners where she was the project designer for the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw. Previously, she worked at Log, Journal for Architecture and on the forthcoming book Alberti Analogous. Brittany Utting is a licensed architect in New York.