Tala Klinck

Tala Klinck

Director of Design Collaboration

Tala Klinck, AIA, LEED AP is a Registered Architect and the Director of Design Collaboration at Aamodt Plumb, where she leads clients through the process of design, documentation and construction of their projects. With over 15 year of experience in all phases of project development, she has worked nationally and internationally on projects ranging from highly crafted residential interiors to complex institutional buildings. Building type experience includes residences, museums, performing arts facilities, libraries and classroom buildings.

Curriculum Vitae


  • M.Arch from Harvard Graduate School of Design
  • B.A. from Skidmore College in Art/Architectural History


  • Director of Design Collaboration at Aamodt / Plumb Architects since 2016
  • Architect and Project Manager at Sasaki Associated for almost 10 years
  • Internship at Fumihiko Maki Architects
  • Research with Rem Koolhaas, Project on the City: Harvard University, 2001 – 2002
  • Design Instructor at Harvard Career Discovery Program
  • Visiting Critic at Northeastern Univerysity, Roger Williams University and the Boston Architectural College


  • SOM Interior Architect Travelling Fellowship to Japan in 2002 to to research textiles in architecture
  • Skidmore S. Michael Eigen Prize in Art History in 1997


  • “Body, Boundary, Performance.” Immaterial/Ultramaterial, Toshiko Mori (ed.). New York: Georges Braziller, 2002
  • Foam bench and light installation: “Weird Science in a New Age of Industry.” Architectural Record, April 2001