Ashley Simone is a New York City-based editor, educator, writer, photographer and yoga instructor. 

Her photography work, which is focused on the built environment, has been featured in Interior Design Magazine and Architectural Design, and exhibited in New York and London.

Simone is the editor of Absurd Thinking Between Art and Design by Allan Wexler (Lars Müller Publishers, 2017), A Genealogy of Modern Architecture: Comparative Critical Analysis of Built Form by Kenneth Frampton (Lars Müller Publishers, 2015) and, the anticipated monograph, Michael Webb: Two Journeys. She is the co-author of Synergy of Excess: Culturalization of Commodity in the Fashion Houses of Tokyo (with William Arbizu, 2008), and co-editor of Large Movements of Refugees and Migrants: Challenges for Sustainable Urbanization (CSU, 2016).

In 2016, she became a fellow of the Consortium for Sustainable Urbanization, run in tandem with the United Nations, and a member of the GSAPP/NEW INC Incubator, a program of the New Museum in New York.

She holds an M. Arch from the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Columbia University and teaches at Pratt Institute, School of Architecture, and online for The University of Arizona, Tucson, College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture.



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