Katelyn Eng

Katelyn Eng joins Rothschild Doyno Collaborative as a graduate of Kent State University with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and a minor in Political Science. While at Kent State, she developed an interest in architecture’s political, social, and cultural implications, stemming from her belief that architecture and political science have people and human interaction at their core.

She considers architecture the convergence of logic and creativity, serving a clear and pragmatic purpose while evoking an emotional response. This confluence of thought leads to purpose-driven design and provides a unique opportunity for social change.

An influential part of her time as an undergrad was working with one of her professors to explore architectural elements in places of power and influence, resulting in a gallery exhibit displaying the fruits of her research. This work significantly influenced her passion for equitable design and the further exploration of how architecture and the built environment can positively impact society in a lasting way.

Katelyn intends to pursue a master’s degree in architecture, expanding on her areas of design interest, and will continue working towards becoming licensed.

Outside of architecture, she enjoys coffee reading, cross-stitching, and spending time with her family, friends, and dog. She also enjoys traveling, with Italy, Greece, and Australia being three of her favorite places to visit.