Caitlin Turski is currently residing in New York, where she plans to pursue professional licensure while engaging the theoretical discourse through her involvement with NT21, a design collaborative she co-founded in 2011.
Caitlin earned her Bachelor’s of Architecture from the University of Tennessee in 2011, where she received the Tau Sigma Delta Honorable Mention and ARCC/King Medal of Excellence for her thesis work. Extended periods of study in Siena, Italy, and Switzerland were critical to her undergraduate education as well.
She completed her Master’s of Architecture at McGill University in August, 2012. Her research focuses on the complex relation of light and shadow to the tactile experience of lived space with a concentration on the intertwining of light and intention in Catholic architecture.
rodriguez studio architecture p.c., New York, NY, US, Junior Architect
Sanders Pace Architecture, Knoxville, TN, US, Intern Architect
Pro2Serve, Oak Ridge, TN, US, Intern Architect
McGill University, Montreal, QC, CA, MArch, Architecture, Cultural Mediations and Technology
The University of Tennessee - Knoxville, Knoxville, TN, US, BArch, Architecture
MAXmin Alumni Design Competition, 1st Place
New York AIDS Memorial International Competition, Honorable Mention
International competition with 474 total entries to design a community park and living AIDS memorial in NYC.
Tau Sigma Delta Certificate of Merit, Honorable Mention
Awarded for second ranked final design project, University of Tennessee
Henry Adams AIA Certificate of Merit, Award
Awarded for second ranked graduating design student in BArch program, University of Tennessee
Awarded for Undergraduate thesis project: House of Reflections | Treasure-House of Darkness
Faculty Letter of Excellence, Award
Awarded for outstanding design work, University of Tennessee