is a Berlin-based architect interested in critical spatial practice, transformative pedagogies and feminist futures, which she explores through various spatial, editorial and curatorial formats. Her work advances architecture as a form of agency -in its transformative sense and in its capacity of acting otherwise (Schneider) and as a form of care - one that provides the political stakes to repair our broken world (Tronto).
She is a graduate of the School of Architecture, Design & Urbanism at the University of Buenos Aires. As a DAAD fellow at the Technical University Berlin, she investigated the different design strategies and spatial practices that have been transforming Berlin’s undervalued, transitional and forgotten spaces. She has held teaching and research positions at the TU Berlin and the University of Buenos Aires. Talevi is a long-term collaborator at raumlabor_berlin.
She speaks about her practice internationally, in both institutional and non-institutional contexts, acts as juror (EU Mies YTAA, 72 Hour Urban Action) and her work and writing has been published (UC Berkley Architectural Journal; MIT Press; Sternberg Press, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna; dpr-Barcelona, Jovis Verlag, PLOT Magazine, Uncube) and exhibited (Deutsches Architektur Zentrum, Berlin, Architekturzentrum Wien, Depot Basel).
Currently, she is acting as research curator at the Berlin University of the Arts for the practice-based research project Making Futures Bauhaus+. She is executive board of the Floating University Berlin, curatorial board for Make City Festival and a founding member of s-o-f-t.agency.