From a young age, Kristin was constantly updating her room or creating new forts out of cardboard boxes. As she got older, Kristin and her mom loved to paint and accessorize different areas of their house whenever they got bored. Eventually, this interest was paired with a school trip she took to Europe. It was in that moment where her curiosity of how spaces can influence people put Kristin on the path to architecture.
Today as she continues her career in architecture, Kristin finds herself very passionate about accessibility. With various family members in wheelchairs and with varying disabilities, Kristin is mindful when designing spaces to be accessible in order for every space and experience to be enjoyed by all.
“My favorite birthday treat is sitting outside with a chocolate cupcake from Pushkins in one hand and a glass of red wine in the other”.
Bachelor of Architecture
California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
American Institute of Architects, Member