This year at the annual AIA Oregon Design Conference, Evon Calabrese presented her fellowship project “A Built Environment for Mental Wellness”. The theme this year was ‘LINK’ which included speakers who explored the various ways that architecture connects us to our daily lives. A topic that Evon is well-versed in.
In the photo here she is explaining her experience as a fellow with Pivot Architecture, a research assistant in the Institute for Health in the Built Environment at the University of Oregon College of Design, and finally her role as Research Lead at Clark/Kjos. We continue to be impressed by Evon’s past research efforts and are excited to see her continued work to help shape our client’s projects!