katherine brice

katherine brice

New York, NY, US



Katherine Brice is a multidisciplinary designer, currently residing in Brooklyn, NY.  She received her Masters of Architecture from  RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia graduating in December 2012 with her final semester  undertaken on exchange at Parsons School of Design.

She is a designer who likes to push the boundaries of materials, and have explored this across many scales and mediums. She has personally designed and made jewelry, sculptures, lighting, teapots, furniture and building designs. Professionally she has worked on a range of projects including custom furniture, window displays, large-scale sculptures, small buildings, train stops, institutional buildings and future urban planning schemes.

In Australia she worked for a Lyons as a  junior architect on a five person team that designed and documented a teaching facility for La Trobe University. 

She undertook an internship for the New York-based artist Sarah Oppenheimer. Through this experience she gained a  unique understanding about the interactions of light in space and the subtle details that can completely alter ones spacial experience.

Since graduating Katherine's focus has shifted to smaller scales of design. Working in  art fabrication  and design and build firms. her most recent project of significance was as architectural designer for Rachel Feinsteins sculptures "Folly" for Madison Square Park Summer 2014.

She is a passionate person who is rigorous and precise with her work, and always execute any task with enthusiasm.


TWOSEVEN INC., Brooklyn, NY, US, Project manager and designer

Two Seven is a Brookyln based design and build that does Windows displays for high end retail stores across the US and globally. My main role was as a Project manager and Designer for Van Cleef and Arpels windows. Other minor roles I performed was as draftsperson, presentation drawings and minor fabrications for clients such as Chanel, Dior and Hermes.

Dec 2015 - Mar 2016

WARS (We are rocket science), NY, 3D modeller, draftsperson and designer

WARS (We Are Rocket Science) is a brooklyn based design and build firm. They streamline the design process by integrating concept, design and fabrication. Wars has big nam clients such as Nike, American Vogue, DKNY, Rolex, Uniqlo, Robert Longo and the list goes on.

For wars over the last year and a half i have been primarily in charge of 3d modelling, design visualisations and creating assemblage drawings. I have exercised attention to detail at a 1:1 scale and worked directly with fabricators to produce many and varied designs. The projects have ranged from custom built furniture, sets for photo shoots, window installations to artist sculptures.

Aug 2012 - Dec 2015

Perfection Electricks, Brooklyn, NY, US, design technition

Perfection Electricks a Green-point metal fabrication shop. For summer 2014 we completed the fabrication of three large scale aluminum sculptures for NY artist Rachel Feinstein to be installed in Madison Square Park. My role as architectural designer and digital technician was to liaison between the artist, engineer, and fabricators to transform the artists 6 inch paper models into 26 foot aluminum sculptures. This involved making comprehensive 3d models, creating a kit of parts and instructions for the three sculptures. The was composed of hundreds of milled pieces and custom mapped graphics.

Dec 2013 - Jun 2014

Sarah Oppenhemer, New York, NY, US, Intern

From March to May this year I completed a three-month internship for the New York-based artist Sarah Oppenheimer. Oppenheimer’s work spans the disciplinary boundaries between sculpture and architecture. Her sculptural interventions disrupt the architecture of the exhibition space by physically displacing the conventions of the built environment. While working with her I was mainly in charge of physical model-making, in which I tested her design iterations. In this process I gained a unique understanding about the interactions of light in space and the subtle changes in form that can completely alter ones experience of space.

Mar 2013 - May 2013

Lyons, Melbourne - Australia, Junior architect

Lyons is an architectural and urban design practice based in Melbourne, Australia. The firm designs projects which are responsive to and expressive of a contemporary experience of local and global culture. Whilst there I worked as part of a small team that completed a medium sized institutional project from Sketch Design through to Construction Documentation for 'Pathways' at Latrobe University,
Melbourne Australia. The building is currently under construction and is due for completion this year. The practical experience I gained in all areas of the architectural process at Lyons was invaluable, and I proved to be capable of working quickly to tight deadlines while upholding a continually high standard of work.

Jun 2011 - May 2012

GHD Pty Ltd, Melbourne australia, Student architect

GHD is a global consulting company that has a large architecture department. My roll included CAD documentation, diagramming, laying out presentations, 3d modelling, Photoshop, Organising filing, and archiving. Durning my time there I Worked across many projects including an Educational Building roll out and a Feasibility Study for Heidelberg 2030. For my final year I was assisting the head designer Peter Brew and worked hand in hand with him on two projects: The master plan of a desalination plant and a small house and storage centre at Wilsons Prometry VIC.

Jun 2007 - Jul 2009


The New School, New York, NY, US, MArch - exchange semester

My final semester of my masters of architecture was undertaken on exchange at Parsons School of Design.

Aug 2012 - Dec 2012

Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), Melbourne, AU, MArch, Masters of Architecture

Jan 2009 - Dec 2012

The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, AU, BArch, Bachelor of Architectural Design

Jan 2006 - Dec 2008

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