Winka Dubbeldam is a Dutch-American architect and academic. After her education in architectural design at Columbia University, she established her own firm, Archi-Tectonics, in 1994 in New York City. Her use of a combination of sustainable materials, innovative and inventive building methods with adoption of digital techniques has rewarded her with many accolades for her architectural projects. She has earned a reputation as a leading figure in modern architectural designs which has also made her “a real estate newsmaker”. She was a Professor of Practice at the University of Pennsylvania. Her debut venture in building design was a residential house whose exhibits were displayed at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), and Esquire magazine named her “Best and Brightest” in 2004. Her designs have also been exhibited in the Venice Biennale.