Kelly Mabry

Kelly Mabry

Colorado Springs, CO, US



I Graduated from the University of Oregon with a Bachelors of Architecture and a minor in Multi-Media in 2013.

Well educated in both conceptual and technical architectural design, my interests include natural and passive building systems, urban development, and the incorporation of natural ecology in the cityscape. My fascination with system interrelationships has shaped my design process to define spaces that emphasize architecture’s impact on the human condition, experience, and essence of place. Whenever possible, I seek to find a building's potential to give back to the surrounding environment in a meaningful and beautiful way.



DLR Group, Seattle, WA, US, Designer, Associate

Designer for K12 Sector. Experience includes historic preservation and additions to mass masonry buildings and new construction. Technical expertise includes building enclosures - window and door retrofit - and Landmark Preservation Committee application.

Oct 2014 - current

University of Oregon Roma Lab, Eugene, OR, US, Senior Digital Designer and Assistant Office Manager

Project Lead and senior assistant to Professor James Tice of the University of Oregon for the Roma Project, the digitization of Rolodolfo Lanciani's 1901 map of Rome to reveal it's Spatial History.

Work included the digitization and spatial georectification of correlating map sources including the 1748 Nolli Map, Nistri Map, and fragmented Forma Urbis Map. Additional projects included generating three dimensional topography model using ArcGIS, project summary reports, grant proposal graphics, and research.

Assistant Office Manager task included tech support, employee training, conference and meeting schedule management, filing office and work reports for Professor Tice during his business travels, and creation of project file organization and schedule.

Mar 2010 - Jul 2013

University of Oregon Roma Lab Collaboration, Rome, Italy, Research Assistant and Digital Designer

The continuation of Roma Lab research for Professor James Tice of the University of Oregon in Rome, Italy. Research and source collection supervised by Allan Ceen PhD. of Pennsylvania State University and director of Stadium Urbis.

Tasks included the continual digitization of the 1901 Lanciani Map, collection of sources, and research guided by Dr. Ceen concerning the spatial history of Rome.

Jun 2012 - Sep 2012


University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, US, BArch, Architecture

Sep 2008 - Jun 2013

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