Sarah Lindner

Sarah Lindner

Sacramento, CA, US

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Sarah Lindner offers experience in a wide range of typologies, in both stateside and international settings. She firmly believes in the value of interdisciplinary collaboration and seeks to learn something from everyone. Sarah has a particular interest in socially and environmentally responsible architecture. Her thesis at Temple University focused on challenging the present approach to natural disaster response through a series of residential structures that sought to prevent disaster in the first place, through architectural interventions informed by geological processes and engineering. This exploration went on to receive the Da Vinci Prize, and was nominated for three other awards as well. Sarah is a LEED BD+C Accredited Professional and is currently studying for the Architecture Registration Exams.


Quinn Evans Architects, Washington, DC, US, Designer

Oct 2016 - Jan 2018

Wnuk Spurlock Architecture, Washington, DC, US, Architectural Designer

Assisted in providing complete services from Concept Design through Construction Administration for residential, commercial, historic and institutional projects. Provided permitting and regulatory coordination in DC, MD and VA.

Aug 2014 - Oct 2016

Neale Architects, Alexandria, VA, US, Architectural Designer

I worked concurrently with Mr. Wayne Neale on various local renovation projects, involving comprehensive permit and construction documents featuring as-builts, demolition drawings and proposed drawings and completed in compliance with IRC, IBC, ADA and local regulatory standards.

Jan 2014 - Aug 2014

Architects Group Practice, Alexandria, VA, US, Architectural Designer

My primary role at ARGP is as an architectural designer, however, I also provide supporting functions such as marketing (new website, client relations, competitions) and office management (supplies, systemic organization, materials library). I have had involvement in a variety of new construction and renovation projects in automotive, commercial, hospitality, religious and residential typologies through bidding, schematic design, design development, and contract documents. Every site visit, code analysis, and contract review has provided valuable learning experience, and I am constantly seeking continuing education opportunities to maintain professional and academic relevance.

Jul 2012 - Aug 2014

P Studio Architetti, Solopaca, IT, Architectural Intern

During my time with P Studio, I was fortunate enough to work on various local projects and competitions under the guidance of Franco Possemato and Girolamo D'Agostino. Projects included interior design for an oncology department; concept design and digital modeling for the renovation and phasing of a hotel; interior design and lighting of the Mimmo de Maria medical office; proposal for the replacement of the local Gesucristiello sculpture, damaged by vandals; as well as an unobtrusive installation lining the typical queue to enter the Vatican.

May 2011 - Jul 2011

L'Heureux Page Werner Architecture, Great Falls, MT, US, Architectural Intern, Web Designer

For my first position within an architectural setting, I was tasked with the design of an entirely fresh replacement website for this mid-sized firm, utilizing Adobe Dreamweaver, Photoshop and Illustrator. This venture included a collaboration with an outside consultant to enable the website with flash. An additional function of mine within the firm was the photo documentation of past and present works of L’Heureux Page Werner, many of which were featured on the website. The firm allowed me to observe their marketing, presentation, and construction process, as well as experience a side of architecture concerned with regionalism and influences of schooling.

May 2008 - Aug 2008


Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, US, BArch, Architecture


[SPRING] Graduated from Temple University's Bachelor of Architecture Program.

[SPRING] Received the Da Vinci Prize for the 2011-2012 Architectural Thesis.

[SPRING] Nominated for the Architectural Program Memorial Award, Faculty Thesis Award, and Diener Brick Company Award for the 2011-2012 Architectural Thesis.

[SPRING] Received an Honorable Mention from the Temple University Architecture Department for the 2012 John Stewardson Memorial Scholarship in Architecture submission.


[SPRING] Spring semester completed in Roma, Italy as part of the Architecture Department’s Study Abroad Program (Temple University) from January to April


[SPRING + FALL] Participated in the video documentation and editing of lectures held at Temple University featuring an international and local class of architects


[SPRING] Received an Honorable Mention and award for architectural portfolio submission for the five-year program


[SPRING] Participated in one of the top five groups in a charette held by the Temple Architecture Department in January

[SPRING] Selected to be a member of a four person panel addressing the issues of studio culture and revising Temple University’s Architecture Studio Policy document in March and April


[FALL] Work was selected by Temple University’s Architecture Department for documentation of first year studio progress

Aug 2007 - May 2012


Faculty Thesis Award, Nomination


Da Vinci Prize, 1st Place

On behalf of the faculty at Temple University's Architecture Department, this monetary award acknowledges the student graduating in Bachelor of Architecture Program whose thesis project shows innovative research and inventive use of technology as an integral part of the project's theoretical and aesthetic expression.


Diener Brick Company Award, Nomination


Architectural Program Memorial Award, Nomination


Architectural Portfolio Submission, Honorable Mention

Received an Honorable Mention and award for the architectural portfolio submission for admission to the five-year program in Spring 2009


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