Tatiana von Preussen graduated in architecture at Cambridge University and Columbia University, where she was awarded the New York Society of Architects Award. She worked previously for Field Operations, in New York, on the construction of The High Line park and, in London, at Stanton Williams Architects and Stephen Taylor Architects. She was a partner of the New York based research and fabrication group, Gleamlab. She taught third year studio at Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture with Jeffrey Inaba, where she also taught Advanced Drawing and Representation. She has acted as a critic at Columbia, Pratt, Cooper Union and Cambridge University. She is currently teaching intermediate studio at the Architectural Association with Maria Fedorchenko.