Kelsey Kawaguchi is a Design Intern at the Oakland Museum of California.
Kelsey Kawaguchi is a designer passionate about creating inviting and engaging spaces. Whether it's developing the layout and visual identity of a museum exhibition or incorporating sustainability into urban spaces, Kelsey loves working on a good challenge.
Kelsey Kawaguchi graduated from the University of California, Davis where she obtained both a Bachelor of Arts in Design and a Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Environmental Design.
To celebrate Stephen Curry's 10th year in the league, and the final year the Golden State Warriors would play their home games in Oakland, Under Armour opened a one-of-a-kind pop-up store in downtown Oakland. Every single detail of the store was curated with storytelling and experiences around Stephen and his connection to the city.
The Oakland Athletic's have hired four firms to lead the design and urban planning for their new ballpark on the Peralta site, near the heart of Oakland. HOK will be collaborating with Snohetta on the design of the ballpark. Snohetta will also be working on the masterplan along with Sasaki and Oakland-based Studio T-Square.
This project provides a new, highly visible interior façade and entry vestibule for the CCAC Wattis Institute, located in the old Greyhound bus warehouse that is currently home to the California College of the Arts. The Institute is non-profit gallery space displaying contemporary art and design exhibitions and events.
The Cathedral of Christ the Light celebrates the liturgical traditions of the Catholic faith through the vocabulary of 21st century design and technology. Located in downtown Oakland, Calif., the 226,000-sq.-ft. cathedral complex was designed to offer a sense of solace, spiritual renewal, and respite from the secular world.