Caitlin Watson, Architect
Caitlin is a licensed architect in New York State with ten years of experience in institutional, religious, and residential work. She is currently working on the Long Island Lutheran Middle & High School renovation.
Before joining Sage and Coombe, she was an Associate at Kliment Halsband Architects. She led a diverse range of projects, including New York University’s School of Global Public Health, a retreat center in Queens, and a parish church in Staten Island. In addition to her design work, she organizes for climate action with The Architecture Lobby and US Architects Declare.
Caitlin received her B. Arch. from the University of Tennessee and her Masters of Architecture from McGill University. Her writing on sacred-public space has been presented at the annual meetings of the Society of Architectural Historians, the Architecture Culture and Spirituality Forum, and the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture and published in Faith and Form, Religions, and the New York Review of Architecture.