“At the heart of design is improving the quality of life.”
Jenny spends her days on design work and drafting creating fresh, aggregate concepts. She applies her excellence in spatial organization and balance to craft designs that work effortlessly in the real world.
She believes in design that improves the quality of life through “creating spaces that interact holistically and in harmony with our environment” and is especially proud of the ways she applied her expertise to a low-income housing project that met unique parameters and created a positive housing option.
In all of her work, Jenny aspires to provide the kind of meaningful architecture that serves its program and occupants in the spirit of Daniel Libeskind. "Whatever they say about the secular, about the sky and the earth,” he said, “we long for something that isn't just the question of causality, but answers why we are doing it. Truly successful, enjoyable, meaningful architecture is the synthesis of context, creativity, and service."