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Diantha S. Korzun, AIA, LEED AP, NCARB is currently registered in Vermont, Washington State, and Wyoming.
is an associate and project architect at Gossens Bachmen Architecture
in Vermont where she
focuses on Educational projects.
She was the project architect for several recent award winning projects at Truex Cullins including the Anglo American School of Sofia in Bulgaria which is LEED Gold Certified, and the King Arthur Flour Expansion project which is Core Performance certified.
has also worked for firms in Wyoming, Washington State and Colorado.
The most notable project prior to Truex Cullins
role as project manager for The Jackson Hole Center for the Performing Arts
which won numerous design awards and the Pinedale Library Addition which is one of the first rammed earth public projects in the country.
has an interest in alternate building construction methods and building for social responsibility.
has worked on a strawbale housing project for the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation in Montana, a design/build Women's Health Center in Telajapas, Mexico, and most recently designed a women's community center in Mankhu, Nepal using earthbag construction with Truex Cullins
Last November, she
west to Nepal to help build a small school addition using earth bag construction with the non for profit group, Edge of Seven
She continues to work with Edge of Seven on the Architectural Advisory Committee on designing projects in Nepal.
Diantha has a BFA from Carnegie Mellon Univerisity and a Master's Degree in Architecture from the University of Washington.
Presently, she is president-elect of the New England AIA.