José Moreno

Helen Trice

Project Designer

Helen Trice joined Odimo this summer after graduating from Drury University with a Master of Architecture and a Minor in Fine Arts. During her time at Drury, Helen won the Hammons School of Architecture Librarium Honor Prize in recognition of the Most Distinguished Studio Project two years in a row. She won further accolades when her collaborative team placed second at the AIA Central States Student Design Competition in 2021. 

With an eye towards detailing and client engagement, we have already seen Helen’s skills come through in the variety of projects she is working on at Odimo. Helen designs from a place where spirit becomes tangible and the whimsical is functional. Inspired by integrity and compassion, she reflects the energy of people into a space by understanding client goals through a creative and unconventional lens. She firmly believes that through architecture we can address humanitarian and political issues.  

Ever the artist, Helen is moved by the unique and unorthodox work of Louis Kahn. She hopes her own work exudes a vivid sense of timelessness and the unexpected. “I use the square to begin my solutions,” Khan said, “because the square is a non-choice. In the course of development, I search for the forces that would disprove the square.” 

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