Krista Gerstner, student intern

Krista is currently attending Kansas State University for her Master of Architecture. She is a dynamic member of the Clark Huesemann team, bringing a strong foundation in schematic design and design development from her academic projects. These projects include work on a cultural center for Native American tribes in Topeka and low-income housing in Eureka, Kansas, exemplifying her passion for creating culturally and socially impactful spaces. As president of Women in Design at K-State and an AIAS member, she’s deeply involved in the architectural community and is dedicated to advancing the field. Krista enjoys melding art and science in her work, finding inspiration in nature and watercolor painting. Outside the studio, she loves spending time outdoors hiking or gardening.