Imani Jackson is an M.Arch 2+ student with a background in fine arts. She is particularly interested in residential, museum, and hospitality architecture. Imani is also interested in architecture as a method of social cohesion and mental wellbeing. In her projects, she incorporates environmental psychology to create positive influences on mental and emotional health. She is also devoted to implementing sustainable practices in the design of healthy spaces.
Because of the massive role the built environment plays in alleviating social inequity, she is interested in increasing the social accessibility of good architecture. In her free time, Imani enjoys playing piano, digital sculpting, drawing, and writing.