2017 Recipient, ACADIA Teaching Award of Excellence.
2016 Selection, Emerging Voices Program, The Architectural League of New York.
2015 Recipient, Los Angeles AIA LA Design Merit Award for En Pointe.
2015 Grant Recipient, UCLA Faculty Research Grant Program.
2015 Grant Recipient, Pasadena Art Alliance (with SCI-Arc Public Programs).
2014 Nominee, Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize for Emerging Architecture.
2013 Grant Recipient, UCLA Arts Initiative Award.
2012 Invited Participant, MoCA Pavilion Competition, New Sculpturalism exhibition with Ultra Violet.
2011 murmur, Recipient, AIA-LA Next LA Design Merit Award for Succulent House.
2006 Recipient, UCLA Arts Forum Grant for research project entitled “Post Digital Architecture”, with Casey Reas, UCLA Design Media Arts.
2006 Recipient, Charles Moore Traveling Grant for Department of Architecture and Urban Design, UCLA, Toward Substantial Surfaces, Arch 401, Spring 2006.
2006 Gnuform, Recipient, Los Angeles AIA Design Award for the NGTV bar.
2006 Gnuform, Finalist, MoMA|PS1 Young Architects’ Program.
2000 Architecture Research Office, Recipient, National AIA, Interior Design Honor Award for Gluckstern Loft, responsible for design development of featured cascading stair.
1999 Architecture Research Office, Recipient, AIA New York Chapter, Design Award for U.S. Armed Forces Recruiting Station, significant contribution to design and documentation.
1997 Eisenman Architects, Finalist, Monument to Tolerance Competition, outside Salzburg, Austria, primarily responsible for design.
1995 Recipient, AIA Certificate of Excellence, The Ohio State University.
1993 Recipient, Summa cum laude honors.
1993 Participant, Honors Studies including graduate research studios with Jeffrey Kipnis and Greg Lynn.
1993 Recipient, AIA National Scholarship for Design Excellence.
1993 Recipient, Herbert Baumer Memorial Scholarship.
1993 Recipient, Suzanne Kolarik-Underwood Scholarship for Design Excellence.
NEXT PROGRESSIVES 2015, Architect Magazine
En Pointe Exhibition reviewed in Architects Newspaper blog, Steven Chodoriwsky, 2015.
En Pointe Exhibition reviewed in Archinect article, Nicholas Korody, 2015.
A New Sculpturalism: Contemporary Architecture from Southern California, murmur work cited in article and feature on Ultra Violet, Christopher Mount, Skira Rizzoli, 2013.
New Constellations, New Ecologies, 2013 ACSA 101st Annual Conference Proceedings, “Digital Craft,” essay by Ms. Roberge, Ila Berman and Ed Mitchell, editors, ACSA Press, 2013.
Material Strategies in Fabrication, featuring work completed in Ms. Roberge’s tech seminar Between the Sheets, Christopher Beorkrem, Routledge, 2013.
306090, Volume 14: Making A Case, "Succulent House," essay and project documentation by Ms. Roberge, Princeton Architectural Press, 2012.
Matter: Material Processes In Architectural Production, "Sheet Logics: Speculations on the Organizational and Cosmetic Potential of Sheets," essay and project documentation by Ms. Roberge, Routledge, 2011.
The Architecture of Patterns, Gnuform work with others, Paul Anderson and David Salomon, W.W. Norton & Company, 2010.
Log 17, Observations on architecture and the contemporary city, "Pretensions of Form: A Conversation," group discussion moderated by Peter Zellner, Fall 2009.
FORM: Pioneering Design, "10 in 20," images of recent work accompanying interview with Editor-In-Chief, July/August 2009.
Digital Fabrications: Architectural and Material Techniques, featuring work completed in Ms. Roberge’s tech seminar Between the Sheets, Lisa Iwamoto, Princeton Architectural Press, June 2009.
Angeleno Magazine, Special Feature on Los Angeles Architects, May 2009.
FORM: Pioneering Design, Centerfold feature, Malibu House, November/December 2008.
A+U, Feature: “The New Ecologies in Los Angeles—Design and Technology,” Gnuform work and Essay by Ms. Roberge “Plastic Realities: How Technology Alters Materiality”, August 2008.
Hatch: The new architectural generation, Gnuform work, Kieran Long, editor, Laurence King Publishers, 2008.
Young Architects Americas, Gnuform work, Los Angeles: Fusion Publishing, 2007.
Softspace: From a Representation of Form to a Simulation of Space, “Matter and Sense”, illustrated essay with Jason Payne, Sean Lally and Jessica Young, editors, Routledge, April 2007.
The New York Times, “New Los Angeles Dream Factories Design Buildings”, Gnuform work cited in article by Robin Pogrebin, December 25, 2006.
The Los Angeles Times, “Opening to an Age of Newness”, Gnuform work cited in article by Cynthia Dea, July 2006.
Architectural Record, Record Reveals: Los Angeles, Online interview of Gnuform partner, Jason Payne. Includes images of work.
Architectural Record, “Fabrication: The Fifth Ecology of Los Angeles”, Michael Speaks, June 2006.
Architectural Record, “Watching LA’s Young Architects”, review of several LA practices including Gnuform by Christopher Hawthorne, May 2006.
The Los Angeles Times, “Retooling Form and Function”, interviewed for article by Scott Timberg, March 19, 2006.
The New York Times, “Going to the Museum? Take Sunscreen and Get Ready to Dance”, Gnuform cited in article by Robin Progrebin, March 13, 2006.
Metropolis, “Made in Hollywood”, Gnuform work with others, Jade Chang, July 2005.
Crib Sheets, Lavin and Furjan, New York: Monacelli Press.
Praxis, Volume 6: New Technologies://New Architectures, “Constellations in Practice”, Gnuform work discussed by Greg Lynn, Spring 2004.
306090, Volume 6: Shifting Infrastructures, “On the Uses and Advantages of Hirsutery in Architecture + Queens Museum Competition”, illustrated essay and design research with Jason Payne, March 2004.
Daily Bruin, "A Hairy Process", Jessica Warren, January 2004.
Architectural Record, 2000 AIA Design Honor Awards, Gluckstern Loft, Architecture Research Office, contributed to project design, The McGraw-Hill Corp., May 2001.
Interior Design, Gluckstern Loft, Architecture Research Office, contributed to project design, Reed Business Information, February 2000.
Architecture, “The Primitive Hut”, Architecture Research Office, Armed Forces Recruiting Station, contributed to project design, BPI Communications Inc., January 2000.
Resolution: 4 Architecture: An Idea of a Site Text , “Finkelstein Residence”, contributed to project design, Italy: L’Arca Edizioni, 1997.
SD, Space Design, “Bahram Shirdel/Jeffrey Kipnis,” includes images of student work on Spreebogen I, Tokyo: Kajima Institute Publishing Co. Ltd., September 1994.