Susan has 28 years of experience with specialized expertise in the programming, planning, and design of educational, office, convention center, and arts and culture facilities. Working closely with each client, Susan helps generate organizational principles for buildings that reflect the specific character of the institution and transform the culture with new, state-of-the-art facilities. She also works to craft learning environments that reflect new pedagogical directions and enable flexibility over time. Susan has lectured widely on planning and design for higher education and has been actively involved with the Organizing Committee for the Higher Education Planning in Asia Forum, as well as serving on the North Atlantic Regional Council for the Society for College and University Planning. Susan earned a Bachelor of Arts in History and Theory of Architecture from Princeton University and a Master of Architecture from Harvard University.
Some of Susan’s representative projects include the Triton Pavilion and the University of California, San Diego, Bridge Building at Stanford University, and the Computer, Data, and Information Sciences Building at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.