“I appreciate the heightening of one’s senses through the subtleties of design allowing for the subconscious to be transformed by the craft and artistry.”

Lindsay Coleman

Intern Architect

Born in Albuquerque, Lindsay grew up in family-owned and operated businesses where she cultivated an understanding of hard work and dedication.

Immersing herself in a variety of art classes since her early education she found a fascination in expression through a variety of mediums and arrangements, leading her to receive a Bachelors in Home Furnishing Merchandising at the University of North Texas. From there she was able to heighten her two ambitions: hospitality and design. Her work included developing and implementing floor sets and window displays for multiple companies, this experience motivated Lindsay to increase her design skills further with a Master’s in Architecture at the University of New Mexico.

Currently, still in the program at UNM, she juggles refining her architectural skills, managing at Church St. Café and interning at SMPC. When she isn’t working on projects you can typically find her enjoying the great outdoors running, hiking or in the hot room attempting to master pilates. 


  • Currently Completing a Master of Architecture, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque

    Bachelor of Science in Home Furnishing Merchandising, University of North Texas, Denton