Patty Gut works at the intersection between architecture and environmental design, believing that it is in those details where design becomes a true solution to a problem. Drawing on her background in graphic design, she brings a variety of perspectives and concepts into her work. Above all, she believes that good design is good problem solving.
Patty has a Bachelor's degree in Interior Design from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a Master in Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver. She also has a Certificate of Environmental Studies from the Gaylord Nelson Institute, which strongly influences her approach to design.