As firm principal, Karin Patriquin directs all projects in the office. Strongly believing in the power of excellent design, she strives to bring innovation and sustainability to all the firm’s projects.
Prior to founding Patriquin Architects, Karin worked with Pelli Clarke Pelli on the Minneapolis Central Library and on 731 Lexington, a mixed-use high-rise in New York, NY; and with HLW International on projects such as the Korean Army Pension Fund, the New York Stock Exchange, Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, and the Brooklyn Federal Courthouse (with PCP).
Karin is a graduate of the University of Waterloo and McGill University, with advanced studies at NYU’s Schack Institute of Real Estate and McGill’s School of Management. She is a member of AIA, the USGBC and is chair of the Design Review Committee in Guilford, CT.