Diya Ibrahim is an Architectural Designer with a Master’s degree in Architecture from The University of Michigan–Ann Arbor and a bachelor’s degree in architecture from BMS College of Engineering in Bangalore. Her wide array of professional experience includes designing single and multifamily housing, architectural journalism, research, and design management. Diya’s interests lie in the intersection between the urban realm, spatial politics, design justice and cultural memory. During her time at the University of Michigan, Diya was a research assistant to the Dean for the Equity Innovation Project.
Josh Robertson joins Trivers following completion of his Master of Architecture degree from Kansas State University with a minor in Philosophy. Previously serving as a liaison for the American Institute of Architecture Students, Josh reinvigorated firm tours after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic. His thesis project, focused on designing a cultural center in southwest Santa Fe’s suburban sprawl, uniquely celebrates cultural identity while defying conventional trends. With a deep passion for community and academic-driven designs that seamlessly blend into urban landscapes, Joshua is dedicated to creating architecture that resonates with people from all walks of life. His multidisciplinary background and commitment to cultural celebration make him a valuable asset to the Trivers team.