Eugenie Provost

Eugenie Provost

New York, NY, US



Eugenie Provost is a recent Graduate of the Masters of Architecture Program at the University of Louisiana – Lafayette School of Architecture and Design. As a result of her dedication to her studies, Eugenie was honored as a nominee for the University’s Fall 2017 Outstanding Master’s Graduate Award. During her Graduate Studies, Eugenie has worked on several service projects and supported faculty grant research, such as the Context Sensitive Solution contributions to the I-49 Connector Project, the community component of The Hattiesburg Art’s Center Project, and recently completed her investigation of early education and elderly care in her Master’s Project as it relates to our current digital culture. Her professional experience includes over five years of residential design work as well as architectural summer internships in both Lafayette, Louisiana and Houston, Texas, ranging from mixed-use developments to healthcare architecture projects. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Building Science with a Concentration of Architectural Technology and Design from Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. During her senior year at Appalachian state University, she participated in an innovative design driven curriculum within a multidisciplinary environment of faculty and students known as IDEXlab, (Integrated Design Experience Laboratory). During this time, she and her team designed and built a new Welcome Center for the non-profit, Valle Crucis Community Park in Valle Crucis, North Carolina. Eugenie has been awarded several design awards throughout her undergraduate and graduate education and intends on becoming a licensed architect upon completion of her architectural experience program.


David Williams Award, Award

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette, School of Architecture and Design, Master's Program's highest honor.


Outstanding Master's Graduate Award, Nomination

University-wide award honors excellence by a graduating Master’s student in academic performance, research, and overall contribution to the graduate program and/or field of study as well as professional engagement and service, student or professional leadership, and community service.

Nominated by the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, School of Architecture and Design, Architecture Faculty


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