Cheryl Baxter, RA, LEED AP

Cranbrook Academy of Art
Masters of Architecture, May 2012

University of Tennessee, Knoxville
College of Architecture + Design
Bachelor of Architecture, May 2005

Bauhaus Universitat, Weimar, Germany
International Integrated Architectural Studies Program, 2004

BAAD (Baxter Architecture And Design), Knoxville, TN
2019-present: Partner. Designer and Project Manager for residential interiors projects and architectural advising for small-scale businesses in Knoxville.

University of Tennessee Knoxville
College of Architecture and Design, School of Interior Architecture
2019-present: Lecturer and Adjunct Assistant Professor.
Courses: IARC 321 - >Advanced Representation: 2nd year course requirement. IARC 331 - Construction Documents and Codes for Interior Architecture: 3rd year course requirement. IARC 375 - Experimentation + Innovation: 3rd year Design Studio. IARC 372/6 - Design Development and Construction Detailing Documentation for Interior Architecture: 3rd Year Design Studio. IARC 471 - Advanced Interior Architecture Studio.

Architecture + Information, New York, NY
2014-2018: Associate. Project Manager for corporate interiors projects for New York financial firms, Squarespace, and Horizon Media

2012-2014: Project Manager for the Joan Mitchell Foundation Arts Education and Catalogue Raisonne 5,000 sf interior renovation and a Comfort Station for the New York City Department of Parks; Designer and LEED coordinator for the Wyckoff House Museum

Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, MI
2011-2012:Department of Architecture, Head Department Assistant

Weiss/Manfredi Architects, New York, NY
2007-2010:architectural designer working on a visitor center for the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, a nanotechnology facility for the University of Pennsylvania, and on the team for several international competitions

weisz + yoes architecture, New York, NY
2006-2007:architectural designer working on four buildings in Hudson River Park and a community center renovation in Queens.

Gensler, New York, NY
2005-2006:architectural designer working with Town Sports Incorporated and the JetBlue terminal at John F Kennedy International Airport.

College of Architecture + Design, Knoxville, TN
2005:Digital Assistant for a_425 : Digital Modeling + Fabrication
2002-2004:Digital Assistant for a_231 : Intro to Computing

Cockrill Design & Planning, Knoxville, TN
2002-2004:intern experience with design, graphic design, website design and construction and CAD drawings.

ZMM, Inc., Charleston, WV
2001:intern experience with design and programming.

2014-present: Licensed Architect in New York State
2006-present: LEED AP Certified
2000-2005: American Institute of Architecture Students, president 2002-2003
2003-2005: Tau Sigma Delta, architecture honor society
2003-2005: Dean’s Student Advisory Council

Awards and Exhibitions
2012: “Objects by Architects” – The Keller Gallery at MIT School of Architecture
2012: “Graduate Degree Exhibition” – Cranbrook Academy of Art
2011: “Homegrown” – Track 13 Gallery: Nashville, TN
2011: “Chair Show” – Cranbrook Academy of Art, Forum Gallery
2011: “OneXOne” – Cranbrook Academy of Art, Detroit, MI
2010: Honorable Mention, Centex+Cranbrook Collaboration Competition
2008: Jury Selected, ENYA South Street Seaport International Ideas Competition
2006: Jury Selected, ENYA Soutpoint: From Ruin to Rejuvenation International Ideas Competition
2005: Tau Sigma Delta Bronze Medal recipient, award for best fifth year project, Blackwater Canyon Visitor Center
2005: Ewing Gallery Cash Award, 58th Annual Student Art Competition, TAAST poster
2005: Exhibited, 58th Annual Student Art Competition, Blackwater Canyon Vistors Center Research Book
2005: Merit Award, 1st Annual AIGA TEN Show, TAAST poster
2005: Skidmore, Owings, + Merrill Fellowship local nominee
2004: American Institute of Architects, West Virginia, scholarship
2002+2004: Hal and Nancy Reagan scholarship
2004: TAAST poster design competition finalist
2002,2003+2005: project chosen for University of Tennessee student work archives
2003: Zimmerman Family Scholarship
2002: work displayed in student work gallery for accredidation
2001: Outstanding Academic Achievement Award, highest overall g.p.a.

Technical qualifications
AutoCAD, Revit, Rhino, Figma, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign

Available upon request.