Certified Passive House Designer
Cycle Architecture + Planning
A Cooper Union Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture graduate and an Irma Weiss Fellow with a passion for international sustainable development, Caitlin started her career as a designer and builder in West Africa and Southeast Asia. During that time she worked with diverse teams of global NGOs and local stakeholders to devise Triple Bottom Line solutions, or ones that added social, environmental, and economic value. As a Certified Passive House Designer and project manager for Cycle Architecture + Planning, Caitlin has worked closely with the firm¹s principal, Tony Daniels, to Build Back over 20 homes affected by Hurricane Sandy in various communities in Brooklyn. She is firmly committed to addressing issues of climate change in her work and is continually searching for ways to leverage the built environment in the enterprise of true sustainability.