Taylor Noel

Taylor Noel

Project Coordinator

Bio

The direct connection between geological features and the human experience was what first drew Taylor to the field of architecture. She believes that through experiencing and studying the psychological effects of the various spaces defined in the natural environment, successful solutions can be derived within the built environment.

Having grown up in Vermont, Taylor spent most of her childhood outside. When it came time to decide on a college, she knew it would have to be at a school that was located in the mountains. Shortly after reading about Montana State University’s ranking as the number one ski school of the year in a ski magazine, she enrolled and began the Environmental Design undergraduate program.

Going to school in Bozeman, Montana provided endless opportunities for the outdoor adventures that have always been the source of Taylor’s creative inspiration. During undergrad, she also spent a summer attending art school in Aix-en-Provence, France which gave her the opportunity to experience contrasting, historically significant, and urban environments. Taylor began interning at CLB the summer of 2017 after completing the undergraduate program and worked part time while getting her master’s. In December of 2018 Taylor graduated from MSU with a Master of Architecture degree and began working for CLB full-time.