Lauren grew up in Connecticut, and spent her college and grad school years in Massachusetts. After earning her B.S. in Environmental Design from UMass Amherst, she went on to receive a Masters in Architecture from Northeastern University.
With a background in environmental design, Lauren understands that architecture is just one piece of the puzzle. She views each project in a greater context, which gives her a unique advantage when tackling design challenges.
To Lauren, design means creating the best possible space for the end user, while subtly (or obviously) influencing their day to day lives.
Lauren studied in Rome and Berlin, often visits the East coast, and loves spending time outdoors. She likes to run, hike, and ski— almost any outdoor activity is great, as long as it leads her to a great view.