Carla is an architect in Sasaki’s campus architecture practice with broad involvement in design, master planning implementation, and project management. She has significant experience working with institutional clients, and particularly enjoys projects that serve a diverse public. Her work seeks to build consensus around design solutions that are grounded in a deep understanding of each project’s aspirations, program, and site. She finds great fulfillment in helping clients develop design solutions that meet their needs within real-world budgets. Her clients include Dartmouth College, MassBay Community College, Southern Connecticut State University, Heritage Museum and Gardens, Lehigh University, the City of Boston, Tufts University, and University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Carla’s built experience includes academic, residential, student life, performing arts, and library spaces. At Sasaki, Carla collaborates closely with landscape architects and planners to develop architectural designs within the context of both existing campus landscapes and ongoing site and strategic planning projects.
Carla holds a Masters in Architecture from Harvard University and a Bachelor of Arts from Harvard College. In addition to her professional work, Carla has taught design at Northeastern University, and is a frequent guest critic at local architecture schools.