Madeline Lambert, AIAS

Architectural Intern
Key Projects:
  • La Vista City Centre
  • Warren Distribution Corporate Headquarters
  • Burlington Mail Terminal

Madeline Lambert, AIAS

Architectural Intern

Madeline joined BVH as a student intern in May 2015. Currently majoring in architecture and minoring in landscape architecture at UNL, she is on track to graduate in May 2017 with a Bachelor of Science in Design. Working at BVH throughout the summer and into the school year, she has participated in the design development and schematic phases of a number of projects, including the beginning phases of a new city center project in Omaha, helping with the material selection for the Rail & Commerce project, as well as participating in a BVH design competition for a local client.

Maddie has many interests in design and is passionate about the positive impact design can have on shaping the built environment.

When she isn’t engrossed in her studies, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, teaching herself French and going to yoga classes.

What is the favorite place you have visited?
Paris, France.

What are you optimistic about?
The future of architecture and where I will fit within it. The fields of design will impact the world, and I am excited to contribute. By pushing the boundaries of my undergraduate studies, my interests and motivations in studying architecture and design have grown into a passion rather than simply an education. I want to be involved.

How do you engage your community?
As a student at UNL, I actively participate within the College of Architecture as a peer mentor to incoming architecture students. As a member of the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) and the United States Green Building Council (USGBC), I’m able to connect with local experts within the fields of design, network through mutual design interests and stay informed on local innovations and future projections.

What is your area of interest or research?
I am very much intrigued by the interdisciplinary areas and approaches to design. Specifically, the malleable threshold between architecture and landscape architecture.