Anne Marie Sumner
Chandra Moore, principle architect of coG-Studio, talks about her influences in designing spaces for youth.
About the speaker
Chandra grew up in California, where she began her experience of working in Architecture firms as a student in high school. This experience provided the foundation for her working in established firms around the world. She received both her Bachelors and Masters of Architecture from University of Detroit Mercy with a focus in Digital Visualization. This degree culminated in a design thesis that focused on the meaning and mechanics of Virtual Reality versus Reality in an Urban Community. In addition to analyzing urban communities like Detroit, Chandra was given the opportunity to practice throughout the U.S. and abroad including places like China, London, Chicago, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Tennessee, Washington D.C, Minneapolis, and San Francisco. Her professional experience ranges from Conceptual Design to Construction Administration. This experience gave her the opportunity to design a 34,000sq.ft. Therapeutic Wellness Center for The Saben Center in Los Angeles, to designing the St. Jude Children’s Hospital in Memphis Tennessee, to a full service-design and construction administration of Detroit’s Riverwalk Pavilions.
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