As an architect at KITE, Brigida is drawn to the way contemporary design intersects the historical built environment. She is interested in the role memory plays in architecture. Her work is fueled by problem solving. Brigida is passionate about finding solutions, not only to meet the needs of the project but to improve the experience of space.
Brigida was a recipient of the thesis design award upon completion of her Bachelor of Science in Architecture and fast-tracked M.Arch degree. Her move to Rhode Island from New York was prompted by her studies at Roger Williams University. Brigida has been a part of a range of projects at KITE since her time as an intern during graduate school. Brigida had the opportunity to return to Roger Williams to work on KITE’s renovation of the School of Architecture’s studio spaces. She is an active member of the AIAri Emerging Professionals/Young Architects group and is a motivated mentor to designers on their path to licensure.
Brigida is passionate about sketching around Providence to learn more about the cityscape. She enjoys thrifting clothing and homeware and has recently taken up knitting. Brigida presses flowers and bouquets as a means to capture moments and experiences. On weekends she can be found at artisan markets or exploring all the cuisines the city has to offer.