Which project with Mark Odom Studioare you most proud of?
The BKCW office building is one of the first buildings I noticed in Austin, due to my fascination with mid-century designs and adaptive reuse projects. It wasn't until a couple years after that I realized it was a m(ødm) project. I appreciate the project's authenticity - maintaining the original structure while breathing new life into the building with modern ceiling heights and an open layout.
Fascinated by anything with wheels or an engine.
Can you list one space or structure that inspired you when you were little?
The UNF Student Union - A building I got to visit many a time during its construction and design.
How do you take your coffee or caffeine?
Iced with honey and lavender.
What is your favorite thing about working for Mark Odom Studio?
Even within the first week, I felt right at home. There is a great balance between rigor and playfulness in the design process, a testament to the collaborative team dynamic at the studio.
Where in the world would you like to visit most?
What is one thing most people don’t know about you?
I had a snake when I was a kid but I lost it in the house for a week and I'm not sure if my mom ever forgave me.