Reagan Lauder is an architectural designer based in Oakland, California. Her work uses architecture as an apparatus for image-making, story-telling, and equality-building.
Reagan holds a Master of Architecture from the University of California, Berkeley where she was the recipient of the Eisner Prize in Architecture and the Ciampi Art in Architecture Award. She has over three years of experience practicing at architecture and landscape architecture firms and is a co-founder of Workshop 9, a collective designing and building small-scale projects to promote more equitable public spaces. Reagan holds a Bachelor of Arts from Washington University in St. Louis where she studied architecture and creative writing.