Carolyn Krall AIA, LEED AP
Carolyn Krall is an architect, planner, and urban designer who possesses both the vision to see what is possible and the skills to bring those ideas to reality. With nearly 40 years of professional experience, Carolyn is a calm and confident leader who understands how to engage groups of stakeholders in a process that builds consensus while advancing the planning. As a problem-solver, she values collaboration and believes that an inclusive design process leads to holistic solutions with effective results.
Carolyn finds it rewarding to work with colleges and universities on projects that shape positive change to better support the student experience and success. She prioritizes sustainability and believes that architecture, when done well, can have a lasting impact for years to come. A few of her favorites include Boise State University, where she worked on the campus master plan and the design of the residential Honors College, and campus master plans for Northern Arizona University and California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.
An advocate for inclusion and equity, Carolyn enjoys serving as a mentor for early-career architects, especially women and people of color. She has served on the faculty of the University of Minnesota, College for Architecture and Landscape Architecture teaching professional practice in the graduate program. Carolyn is also very involved in animal rescue, working with organizations locally and around the country. Her desert ranchette is home to several rescued horses, miniature donkeys, and half a dozen chickens.