With little pieces of Mexico, Costa Rica, and the Cayman Islands sprinkled throughout her kitchen in the form of locally made tableware collected from her travels, Lindsey’s home embodies her two passions: design and food. As an amateur baker herself, she’s always been particularly interested in molecular gastronomy and the gesture of dining as an architectural experience – an area she looks forward to continuing to study.
As a designer, Lindsey is interested in spatial design and smaller scale architecture, particularly focusing on interiors and furniture, and enjoys learning about the Japanese tradition of Wabi-Sabi, a design and philosophical concept that appreciates impermanence and ephemerality in nature. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Lindsey’s favorite time to play golf is during the fall when the trees change colors.