Goldberg was born in Venezuela in 1970 and moved to Israel in 1983. Irene graduated from the Mackintosh School of Architecture in Glasgow in 1997. Irene Goldberg, as an architect, believes that there are no boundaries in between sculpting architecture or sculpting objects. Design is small-scale architecture: it can be functional and serve as gems in the space. In all of her architectural projects Irene is designing those small gems to complete the hall symphony. On the occasion that Irene is designing pieces for companies or galleries she is stretching a design language that pushes the boundaries of technologies and aesthetics. Her sculptural pieces use tension between objects, masses, and lines.