A Brooklyn native and daughter of two architects, Lindsay Duddy has been immersed in the world of architecture from an early age. Her upbringing instilled in her a deep appreciation for buildings as reflections of history, culture, and diversity. Combining this early exposure with her love for nature, Lindsay's passion lies in creating designs that seamlessly merge the built environment with the natural landscape, fostering ecological awareness and promoting connectivity.
Lindsay specializes in academic and cultural spaces, recognizing their vital role in nurturing community vitality. Her design approach emphasizes conceptual richness and individualization, tailoring each project to highlight unique elements that hold significance for the clients and the communities they serve. Lindsay also places emphasis on future-proofing designs, ensuring that structures can adapt and evolve over time to meet changing needs of both people and the environment.
With a Master of Architecture from Yale School of Architecture and a Bachelor of Arts in Art History & Pre-Architecture from Case Western Reserve University, Lindsay's strong educational foundation informs her creative process. As an Adjunct Professor at the University of Virginia, she actively contributes to the education and mentorship of young designers, further enriching her understanding of the field.
- Masters of Architecture, Yale School of Architecture
- Bachelor of Arts, Art History & Pre-Architecture, Case Western Reserve University