I am an environmental designer specializing in interiors as well as historic preservation, residing in Easton, PA. I currently work independently (if you can't find a job, make one up!) but am on the look out for a position within a design firm in order to gain more professional, guided experience. I'm a self-starter (I have my own LLC) and a bit of a perfectionist, but I work hard to play hard. I enjoy being creative and utilizing my own hobbies, such as photography, as well as the work of my friends and colleagues for the projects I embark on. I believe in sustainability and local sourcing, from materials, to food, to art. I also encourage family and community involvement; we are happy when we are needed.
Caitlin Laskey Design, LLC, Principal Designer
Operating an interior design firm specializing in residential and hospitality projects. Completed projects include the remodels of two urban apartments, including establishing new bath and kitchen layouts and 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.
On the Boards: Restaurant "Touch-Up", Easton, PA; Rehabilitation: Ale House/Inn to Brew Pub, Easton PA
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.
Syracuse University, Bachelors, Environmental Design + Interiors
Architecture-based approach to creating humane, enabling, and ecologically sensitive interior environments for living, working, and recreation.
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).