Teaching and Research Interests:
Architectural Representation, Resilience Planning, and Site Adaptation
Kelli Reinhardt is currently an architectural and landscape designer at Waggonner & Ball Architecture/Environment. Her current focus is on resilience planning projects, including Resilient Bridgeport and National Disaster Resilience in Norfolk. Kelli joined Waggonner & Ball in 2016 after completing both her Master of Architecture and Master of Landscape Architecture from Louisiana State University. During her graduate studies, she was a recipient of multiple scholarly awards, including the Dean’s Medal in Architecture, AIA Henry Adams Medal, and an ASLA Honor Award. Prior to joining Waggonner and Ball, Kelli worked as a research assistant for the LSU Coastal Sustainability Studio (CSS) on community driven coastal resiliency projects, taught digital representation as a teaching assistant for the School of Architecture at LSU, and participated in an externship at Bjarke Ingles Group (BIG) in New York.