Chrystal Roggenkamp received a multidisciplinary design education through her undergraduate studies in interior design and masters education in graphic communication and design strategy. While her education and work experience is broad, all of the stops along the path that she has followed have one thing in common: the choreography of human experience. With everything from architecture, to branding, exhibits, events, and graphic design, her goal is always to create a dynamic journey for the end user.
Chrystal's broad interests are what fuels her to create provocative and unique results. She is not only a designer and strategist, but also a supporter of the local music scene, a follower of contemporary art, an enthusiast of urban culture, and a Cincinnati Rollergirl—and she welcomes these aspects of her personality to influence her work.
[ RECOGNITION ]
:: Outstanding Senior in Interior Design (June 2009)
Chosen as exemplary graduating senior by faculty based on academic achievement,
professional activities, and overall contribution to the program.
:: Student Marshal (June 2009)
Graduating student of the School of Architecture & Interior Design with the highest
:: Hospitality Design Awards_Publication & Student Project Award (Oct 2007)
Project selected for publication in the July 2007 issue of Hospitality Design magazine as
part of a nationwide competition
:: Various Awards & Achievements
Lenore Cunix Levy Endowment, 2007 Gensler Donald Brinkman Scholarship regional
finalist, Thomas B. Parsons Scholarship, Federated Scholarship, Dean’s List all quarters,
YMCA Leadership Award, Evansville Museum Student Art Show—3rd Place (best of show)
:: International Interior Design Association, Organization for Student Interior Designers, Retail Design Institute