“As architects, we have a huge responsibility to understand the people, places, and things that will be impacted by the work we do — and to make every decision a meaningful one.”
Dawn is a skilled and versatile designer whose work has focused on higher education, community, and historic projects. She was project architect for the renovation of Oregon State University’s Strand Agricultural Hall, which was recognized with a 2016 DeMuro Award for Excellence in Preservation, Reuse, and Community Revitalization from Restore Oregon. Dawn was also the project architect for the recently completed renovation of historic Chapman Hall, home of the Clark Honors College at the University of Oregon and winner of a 2018 DeMuro Award, and is project architect on the ongoing renovation of Cordley Hall, one of the largest buildings on the OSU campus. Dawn is an accomplished watercolorist; she was recognized with an award from the American Society of Architectural Illustrators for a watercolor rendering of the firm’s design for the Oregon Rail Heritage Foundation’s engine house. Dawn graduated from the Montana State University School of Architecture with a Master of Architecture degree and sits on the MSU School of Architecture Advisory Council.
American Institute of Architects
U.S. Green Building Council LEED Accredited Professional
American Society of Architectural Illustrators