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Caitlin Laskey

Caitlin Laskey

Easton, PA, US

 

About 

Interior Designer / Historic Preservation Specialist

Mixed Use

Multi Family

Commercial

Preservation Tax Credits

Residential

Retail

Employment 

Artefact, Inc., Bethlehem, PA, US, Interior Designer/Historic Preservation Specialist

Jul 2014 - current
 

Michael Ryan Architects, Philadelphia, PA, US, Project Manager/Architectural Designer

Project manager for contemporary residential design firm, specializing in high-end coastal design projects from the ground up. Specialized in custom furniture design and lighting design.

Sep 2012 - Jul 2014
 

Caitlin Laskey Design, LLC, Principal Designer

Freelance interior design work specializing in residential and hospitality projects. Completed projects include the remodels of two urban apartments- establishing new bath and kitchen layouts while maintaining historic integrity, as well as renovating a 3200SF restaurant in Westfield, NJ. All work has required on-site measurement, photography, CAD drawings, 3D renderings through Google SketchUp, developing contract documents, selecting and coordinating contractors, overseeing installations, selecting materials, fixtures, finishes, and equipment, establishing timelines and negotiating pricing.

Recently Completed: Rehabilitation: Ale House/Inn to Brew Pub, Easton PA

Dec 2009 - Sep 2012
 

Education 

University of Pennsylvania, Masters, Historic Preservation

An integrated approach for architects, landscape architects, planners, historians, archaeologists, conservators, managers, and other professionals to understand, sustain, and transform the existing environment. Emphasized in Preservation Design: Increasingly, many architectural problems require design professionals with special training in the creative and sensitive modification of existing structures and sites.

Sep 2007 - May 2009
 

Syracuse University, Bachelors, Environmental Design + Interiors

Architecture-based approach to creating humane, enabling, and ecologically sensitive interior environments for living, working, and recreation.

Aug 2003 - May 2007
 

Awards 

Outstanding Freshman in Environmental Design + Interiors, Award

Yearly award given to the outstanding freshman student in each department within the College of Visual and Performing Arts School of Design (2003-2004 academic year).

2004
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills 



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