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Kristin Washco

Visiting Assistant Professor of Practice

Kristin Washco is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Practice at Virginia Tech and a Ph.D Candidate in Architectural History + Theory at the ASAU, Carleton University, Canada. She received her Master's in Architectural History + Theory from McGill University and her professional degree in Architecture from Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Kristin is a Registered Architect and has practiced professionally across the United States and Canada. In 2021, she co-founded the design firm Metier Projects. She is also the co-coordinator of CR|PT|C (Carleton Research Practice of Teaching Collaborative).

Architectural representation, Synesthetic drawing, Multi-sensory experience, Materials, Architectural history + theory  

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Agora II (Un)Common Precedents

InterVIEWS: Insights and Introspection on Doctoral Research in Architecture

Book Chapter "Drawn Lines Conceal Multitudes: The Hidden Traces of Time in Carlo Scarpa's Drawn Factures for the Brion Memorial" in Architectures of Hiding: Crafting Concealment, Omission, Deception, Erasure, Silence 

Society of American Registered Architects Merit Award
AIA Brooklyn + Queens Design Award of Excellence
AIA Honor Award for Architecture 


Ph.D Candidate, Carleton University

M.Arch., McGill University

B.Arch, Virginia Tech