Martina Lind joined Turner Brooks Architect in 2019 as a principal, bringing 25 years of architectural design, fabrication and construction experience to the firm.

Drawing, modeling, planning and building; practice of design began with an apprenticeship with Kent Bloomer building the foliated trellis at the Washington D.C. Reagan National Airport and the sunflower screen at the Kansas State University Library entrance.

Martina’s professional career as a licensed architect began at Cesar Pelli & Associates, where Martina worked on full-service projects such as the Ballet Opera House at Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami, Connecticut Science Center, International Finance Centre (IFC) in Hong Kong and early design phases of Salesforce Transit Center in San Francisco.

Since 2010, Martina has pursued specialty custom façade construction projects with a European custom architectural glass and steel company. Martina established and managed the U.S. branch of Roschmann Steel & Glass Constructions, Inc. in New Haven, Connecticut. Roschmann’s glass facade projects in North America are unique and structurally challenging. Every executed project has been recognized for their excellence in design-engineering glass systems. 

Martina Lind received B.A. and Masters in Architecture from Yale University. In 2014, Martina received a Masters in Science in Construction Management from Columbia University.

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