This is Kendall Baldwin.
Kendall is an architectural designer at Thomas Phifer and Partners in New York City. She received her Master of Architecture degree from Princeton University in 2016 and Bachelor of Architecture from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 2011.
Before joining Thomas Phifer and Partners, Kendall worked in the offices of Grimshaw Architects, Eisenman Architects and Guy Nordenson and Associates. During her time at Grimshaw, Kendall contributed to a number of domestic and international projects including New York City's Fulton Center and Queens Museum, Duke University's West Campus Union, Disney Shanghai's Tomorrowland and the NDIA Airport Visitor and Information Center in Doha, Qatar.
Kendall's work strives to responsibly address the needs and resources of a contemporary world. By making innovative use of digital and material technologies, she seeks to engender a design methodology that reflects architecture’s most cogent expressions of performance, detail and craft.
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