Ms. Czub grew up on a small grain farm outside of a rural town in upstate New York. Her admiration of architecture was kindled at the age of 14 by Philip Johnson’s iconic Glass House, a campus that she holds a perpetual fondness for.
Katie was exposed to the impact light has on the perception of space while studying for her Bachelor of Architecture at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. She continued her studies at the Lighting Research Center and gained a Master of Science in Architectural Sciences with a concentration in lighting. Katie joined FMS in 2013 with the ambition to manipulate the manner in which light affects form, material, and space.
Outside of the office Katie is fascinated with the culinary universe and spends her free time at the stove, crafting delicate and exquisite dishes. She is also keenly aware of the Singularity, a theory based upon the exponential growth of technology and intelligence. She is a self-proclaimed Harry Potter nerd.
Many hands make light work
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