Carmen Seger

Carmen Seger

Cincinnati, OH, US



As an environmental designer, I strive to create holistic, integrated solutions and spaces that build brand and story as an experience. Past projects vary from branded office environments, donor recognition features to environmental graphics and signage.  

I believe in pushing the envelope of design in the best interest of the project and client needs. I aim to take a vision and dream and make it a reality.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, participating in all phases of design (conceptual, design development, and execution), client management, and project organization.


Kolar Design, Cincinnati, OH, US, Junior Designer / Interiors

Main responsibilities include conceptual brainstorming, design development support to
senior design staff, execution of construction documents and material samples. Other
responsibilities include project organization, client interface and meetings with travel to
Geneva, St. Louis, and Nashville for project specific workshops and site visits.

Projects include PGT Healthcare Branded Environment, CIncinnati Childrens Hospital Branded Environments, Comey & Shepherd Architecture Visioning Statement, Washington University in St. Louis Wayfinding Plan & Donor Recognition, Mercy Health Signage Guidelines, Cincinnati Builds the World Exhibit (support to GBBN Architects)

Oct 2011 - current

Beidleman Design / Build, Cincinnati, OH, US, Apprentice

Renovation of a walk out basement into a one bedroom apartment. Responsibilities
include assisting and practicing construction procedures: demolition of existing space,
framing wood walls, and maintaining a safe and positive environment.

Jul 2011 - Dec 2011

Huntsman Architectural Group, San Francisco, CA, US, Student Intern

Completing full sets of Construction Documents. Improving skills in AutoCAD and
SketchUp. Conducting site verifications and leasing programs. Expanding knowledge of
Commercial office workstation configurations and workplace systems.

Apr 2010 - Dec 2010

S2F Pty. Ltd, Melbourne, AU, Student Architect

Schematic design for joinery for civic and commercial buildings. Selecting materials
and completing finishes schedules at the final stage of the project, improved skills in
SketchUp modeling, interaction with co-workers and attending meetings.

Sep 2009 - Dec 2009


University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, US, Bachelors, Interior Design

The five-year bachelor of science in interior design at UC's College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (DAAP) is comprehensive from the beginning. Because interior designers must be able to integrate practical, technical and aesthetic factors in designing building interiors, the curriculum introduces students immediately to that challenge. Each level of the student’s education engages knowledge and skills in problem discovery and resolution, critical and imaginative thinking, verbal and visual communication, and appropriate technologies.

Following two foundation years, interior design content studios provide students with opportunities to develop further their creative abilities through design projects for a variety of human activity settings. Interior design students complete a total of five semesters of professional practice (co-op) work experiences during years two through five. Culminating the curriculum is a capstone senior project in which students exercise their acquired knowledge and skills in design project of their own choosing.

Over a summer, I traveled through Australia for inspiration and research while participating in a study
abroad trip. Researched issues of sustainability, critical regionalism, and design
criticisms of Australian architecture (June 2009 to August 2009). Afterwards, I continued to a co-op position and living in Melbourne for another 4 months.

Sep 2005 - Jun 2011


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