Elizabeth Lamb

Elizabeth Lamb

Lexington, KY, US



Elizabeth graduated in May 2017 with a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Cincinnati.  During her education she  lived and worked in San Francisco and Los Angeles.  Most recently Elizabeth was awarded with the Faculty Research Award for her thesis project, The Alchemy of Space. Elizabeth is taking an architectural pilgrimage across the United States and will be seeking employment in September 2017. 

Portfolio of Select Work found in the website link provided below.


Solomon Cordwell Buenz (SCB), San Francisco, CA, US, Architectural Intern

Collaborated with a team of four to execute Construction Documentation for a Mid-Rise in San Francisco. Emphasis on ADA compliancy and MEP coordination. Work included set development, client and meeting presentation materials, model building, and solar heat gain tests via Grasshopper.

May 2016 - Aug 2016

Marmol Radziner, Los Angeles, CA, US, Architectural Intern

Worked with a team of two to develop Schematic Design options for a multi-unit high-end in West Hollywood. Worked with a team of two to complete the schematic design package for a fast-paced boutique restaurant, Kazu Nori Westwood. Researched and procured materials for multiple projects, including historic preservation.

Aug 2015 - Dec 2015

Fee Munson Ebert Architecture + Design, San Francisco, CA, US, Architectural Intern

Schematic and Design Development support for commercial lobby renovations, creative workspaces, and educational environments. Tasks included visualization, RCP drawings, and CAD drawing.

Jan 2015 - May 2015


University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, US, MArch, Design Art Architecture and Planning

Aug 2013 - May 2017

Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville, TN, US, Bachelors, Human Ecology & Interior Design

Human-centered design strategies

Aug 2006 - Dec 2011


Ethos Publication, Award

Thesis featured in the School of Architecture and Interior Design 2018 publication


Faculty Thesis Research Award, Award

An award presented for outstanding research presented by thesis faculty


Ethos Publication, Award

METROlab studio project featured in the School of Architecture and Interior Design 2018 publication


Areas of Specialization