Architecte principale.

Fatiya Diene Mazza studied at Northeastern University in Boston Massachusetts (B Arch 2007) and (M Arch 2008). While studying ,she worked as a technical intern in Boston and Paris for AMA Architecture. After graduate school, she moved from the East coast to San Francisco, California where she worked in the Aviation department at HOK and participated in various airports projects such as the NDIA Doha Airport, SLCI Airport, Seattle Tacoma Airport and pro-bono projects for the city that were to exhibited at the 2012 Venice Biennale under the USA Pavilion.
In the beginning of 2011, she moved to Sao Paulo, Brazil where she started her practice studio and began working as an independent architect which later became ID+EA