Dominique Price, Architect & Urbanist



Dominique Price is a California architect working at the intersection of social infrastructure and construction arts, blending technical expertise with humanistic sensibility. With a passion for urban vitality and inventive development, Price works to create human-centered architecture that solves real problems for communities and clients alike. She has led pioneering designs for clients including Airbnb, Rocketspace, Medallia, and Visa, as well as marquee developments for Pacific Eagle, Columbia College, and the Phoenix Public Library System. Dominique has taught, jurored, and lectured both locally and abroad at UC Berkeley, California College of the Arts, UC Berkeley-Extension, San Jose State University, Arizona State University, and Torcuato di Tella University in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In addition, she has been a featured panelist and juror for AIA, committee member and juror for IIDA, and sits on the board of the Transbay Citizens Action Committee for the San Francisco Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure, as well as the Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Association.