Archinect
Nathalie Jolivert

Nathalie Jolivert

New York, NY, US

 

PDF Portfolio

About 

Currently seeking Full-Time Opportunities

Nathalie Jolivert is a NY-based architect and artist interested in design solutions that value tradition, material history, culture and community involvement. Growing up in Haiti, a developing country with a rich yet complex culture, Nathalie realizes the importance to innovate and provide efficient answers to problems. Her academic years at the Rhode Island School of Design have equipped her with the skills to embrace challenges as sources of opportunities. Nathalie’s design process is often inspired by local stories which she incorporates throughout her architectural and art projects. 

Contact: jolivertnathalie@gmail.com

Elsewhere:

Employment 

Studio Drum Collaborative, Port-au-Prince, HT, Architectural Designer

Nov 2013 - Jun 2014
 

Architecture For Humanity, Port-au-Prince, HT, Architectural Designer

Jan 2013 - Nov 2013
 

Gensler, San Francisco, CA, US, Architectural Designer

Jun 2012 - Aug 2012
 

Gensler, San Francisco, CA, US, Architectural Designer

Jun 2011 - Aug 2011
 

Education 

Sep 2007 - Jun 2012
 

Awards 

Gensler National Diversity Award, 1st Place

May 2011

Gensler, a leading global design and architecture firm, announced the winners of its 2011 Diversity Scholarship. First prize went to Nathalie Jolivert, an architecture student at the Rhode Island School of Design; Marcus Addision Hooks of Yale University received second prize honor.

Gensler's Diversity Scholarship program reflects Gensler's longstanding commitment to the recruitment and development of diverse emerging design talent and was founded to encourage a more robust dialogue between the architectural profession and African-American architecture students. The program raises awareness of the architectural profession as a career choice and seeks to make design careers more accessible for African-American students. The program is a critical component of Gensler's university and student outreach programs.

2011
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills 



Please wait... loading