Olga Sobkiv

Interaction Home: A Global Covid-19 Memorial, Community center


Rice University, 2023 – 2025
M. A. Architecture Candidate


Washington University in St. Louis, 2017 – 2021
B. S. Architecture; Minor in Art


MIN+ Architecture, 2021 – Present
Architectural Designer


Atmosphere Design Group, LLC., 2019
Architectural Design Intern


Betty Lou Custer Award, 2021
Graduated with Architectural Honors; Magna Cum Laude, 2021
Elizabeth S. Schmerling Endowed Scholarship, 2020
AIA CSR Student Design Competition; First Place, 2020
Sam Fox School Dean’s List, 2017 – 2021
Trio Scholar, 2017-2021
Schuler Scholarship Program Scholar, 2013 – Present

              Olga Sobkiv is an architectural designer and skilled maker who is pursuing a Master’s degree in Architecture at Rice University, having earned a Bachelor’s degree from Washington University in St. Louis in 2021. Her interests are in architectural tectonics, fabrication, and studio art. Her design philosophy values play, celebrates eccentricity, and prioritizes physical trial and error. It also seeks to express structural tectonics in unique ways, drawing inspiration from Studies in Tectonic Culture by Kenneth Frampton. Currently, she is designing at MIN+ Architecture. Open for freelance projects.