Elizabeth Diller, also known as Liz Diller, is an American architect and partner in Diller Scofidio + Renfro, which she co-founded in 1981. She is also a professor at Princeton University. Diller was born in 1954 in Lodz, Poland to Jewish parents. The family immigrated to the US when she was five or six years old.
Diller met Ricardo Scofidio, then her tutor, while she was studying art at Cooper Union. They later married, and since the early 2000s they've been known for their work with museums and other cultural institutions. Diller is considered to be among the most influential designers of cultural spaces and received the first MacArthur Foundation fellowship in architecture in 1999. In 2018 she was named to Time Magazine's most influential list, for the second time, and was the only architect on that list.
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