Natalie Pierro

Natalie Pierro

New York, NY, US



I am a 2009 graduate of Cornell University with an interest in all areas of design.  My passions include sustainable architecture, nature and the natural landscape, artistic expression, and all forms of music.


Self-Employed, Freelance Architect/Designer

Undertook various projects including the interior re-design of a spa/salon, surveyed properties and drafted floor plans for a real estate firm, and designed marketing materials for a home care agency; Clients are as follows: Katherine & Company (West Hampton, NY), Lambrou Real Estate (Ithaca, NY), Island Home Care Agency, Inc (Hauppauge, NY).

Mar 2010 - current

Cornell University, NAAB Assitant/Archivist

Prepared all course materials, student work, and final exhibition for the accreditation reviews of both the Masters and Bachelors programs; Responsibilities evolved into a complete reorganization of the Architecture Archives, designing a new space, and creating a formalized system for the future archiving process.

Jan 2010 - Sep 2010

Cornell University, Teaching Associate

In the Introduction to Architecture program, taught studio and drawing to a group of high school and college students under the direction of Professor Vince Mulcahy.

Jun 2010 - Aug 2010

Cornell University Solar Decathlon Team, Architect/Logistics Coordinator

Architect / Drawing Specialist: Developed the detailed design of The Silo House (a two-person, solar-powered dwelling) along with a core group of students. Responsibilities included drafting construction drawings, and formatting the final drawing set to National CAD Standards as per the competition rules.

Logistics Coordinator: Responsible for organizing the student body of the team during our stay at both the New York State Fair and at the Solar Decathlon competition; Wrote the tour script, trained tour guides, coordinated public tours; Additionally worked construction on the house.

Aug 2008 - Oct 2009


Cornell University, Bachelors, Architecture

Sep 2004 - May 2009

Areas of Specialization