by Kristen Nyht AIA, AICP, LEED AP, President of AIA Michigan
Saturday May 4, 2019
at 10:30 am
in the Grace A. Dow Library Auditorium
An accomplished professional with diverse skills, Kristen Nyht enjoys navigating and resolving complex architectural and urban planning challenges. She brings a clear vision, inventive design concepts, and a deep technical proficiency to each project she’s involved in for Quinn Evans Architects, a preeminent authority in preservation and sustainable stewardship, and plays an increasingly influential role in defining the future of the field.
Kristen has designed and managed many high-profile buildings for higher education, commercial, and institutional clients; and has been recognized for creating spaces that successfully balance context and function while meeting strict project parameters.
Kristen’s passion for architecture, which dates to her childhood, extends to her active leadership in the design profession. She currently serves as President at AIA Michigan, where she has volunteered for the past 7 years. Her community service and advocacy work has included Michigan’s Legacy Land Conservancy, the City of Ann Arbor Planning Commission, and the West Grand Boulevard Collaborative.
No RSVP required. For more information visit www.midcenturymidland.org or call Carol Neff at 1.989.839.2744