Sarah is a naturally curious individual who effortlessly blends her interdisciplinary backgrounds in architecture, interiors, and graphic design to turn complex projects into meaningful, engaging, future-ready environments. Beyond project work, Sarah has worked on several urban research initiatives that directly and indirectly inform visioning and programming for clients. Her positive energy and strategy-driven design approach result in strong client relationships, which she leverages to partner together in developing original and dynamic experiences that thrive within larger surrounding networks.
Master of Architecture, University of Kansas
Bachelor of Arts, Interior Architecture + Graphic Design, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
TEACHING + LECTURES
2017 Research Publication, Gensler Research Institute , “Learning Spaces: A Toolkit. Can we quantify the impact of active learning environments on student outcomes?”