Natalie Walter

Natalie Walter

State College, PA, US



Natalie Walter is a fourth-year student at the Pennsylvania State University where she will graduate with a Bachelors of Architecture degree and a minor in Geography. She is devoted to understanding how space and place shape people and culture. She is also invested in the discourse surrounding the interactions between human societies and the physical environment. Both tangible and intangible concepts binding the built world with native landscapes are what drive her academic and personal career. 

She has been accredited for her academic career on multiple fronts. She was twice nominated for the Stuckeman School Design Excellence Award and was also twice awarded a finalist position for the Corbelletti Design Charette. She also has kept a consistent position on the Dean’s List as well as being presented the Provost’s Award for exemplary work and potential to be a difference maker at Penn State. 

Aside from academics, Natalie takes pride in her social maturity and communication skills. She strives for authenticity and believes that being real and raw is one of the most substantial personal traits. She is a creative problem solver with a strong emotional intelligence, and has a desire to learn well past a formal education. 

Natalie finds contentment in the modest aspects of life, and in her free time she loves to study horticulture. With the intention of someday moving to Germany, she works toward broadening her awareness and personal enlightenment. 


Kimberly Timmons Interiors, Denver, CO, US, Design Intern

Presentation and marketing graphics, construction drawings and specifications, vendor and client consultations.

May 2019 - Aug 2019


The Pennsylvania State University (Penn State), State College, PA, US, BArch, Architecture

5 Year BArch program, minoring in geography.

Aug 2017 - current


Second Year Design Excellence Award, 2nd Place

Awarded to the top designer among the undergraduate
second year students.


First Year Design Excellence Award, Honorable Mention

Awarded to the top designer among the undergraduate
first year students.


Areas of Specialization