Tzufen’s design perspective is informed by her background in landscape architecture, fine art, and design. Her expertise lies in the thoughtful and pragmatic graphic communication of concepts throughout the design process and in the critical testing of the integrity of these concepts. She was a key member of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial design team, and she has contributed to the design development and construction documentation of the York Quay Revitalization Phase 2 project, and the development of a corporate campus master plan.
Tzufen received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Arts in Philadelphia. She earned a Masters of Landscape Architecture from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, where she was awarded the Norman T. Newton Prize and the Janet Darling Webel Prize. She also holds a Masters of Fine Arts in Sculpture from the Cranbrook Academy of Art.
Tzufen joined MVVA in 2007.