Anna Goga is an architect from Moscow, Russia. She holds a Master in Architecture II degree from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design and a Master in Architecture degree with a distinction from the Moscow Architectural Institute. As a student of Harvard GSD, she was awarded The James Templeton Kelley Prize for the best design project and participated in the lecture series with the Architectural Foundation, London.

As an architect, she is committed to an interdisciplinary approach towards conceptual, design and structural solutions. Her professional experience includes work on different scales and types of projects, such as residential buildings, factory renovations, public spaces, public and residential interiors. Before coming to the Harvard GSD, she worked as an architect in the architectural office Meganom, based in Moscow, where together with a leading project architect, she completed ZIL park, developed in collaboration with MELK!.

She also worked as an independent architect, completing several interior design projects and competitions. In addition to architectural practice, her experience includes working as a teaching assistant at the Harvard GSD and work with Harvard Design Magazine.