LAURIN WHITE, Founder & Designer
Auburn University, B.S., Interior Design
Georgetown University, Master's, Urban & Regional Planning
Those who have known Laurin the longest were not surprised to learn of her founding Cambridge Row. As a young girl, she considered every book report or science project a piece of art. Each one deserved her wholehearted time, creativity, and precision.
Years later, she graduated with honors from Auburn University's prestigious Interior Design program. Between her undergraduate and graduate studies, she interned and then worked with two commercial architecture firms in Washington D.C. and Charlotte, respectively. Fascinated by the public-policy side of design, she entered into Georgetown University's Master's program for Urban and Regional planning. Her thesis explored ways in which urban design and community development influence low-income school districts in the Houston area, earning her graduating class' Outstanding Capstone Presentation Award.
Laurin's graduate work impressed upon her an important principal: there is a direct correlation between the design of the spaces around us and our quality of life. She looks forward to applying this knowledge base and her love for people as she works directly with homeowners, business owners, real estate brokers, and developers.
BRYAN WHITE, Advisor
The University of Virginia, B.A., Religious Studies
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, M.Div
Bryan's never been great at drawing (think stick figures), but he's always been great with computers. He advises Laurin, when needed, on Cambridge Row's range of technology services.