Carolina Rodriquez Hart


Carolina Rodriquez Hart, Assoc. AIA

Intern Architect

Carolina received her Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch) from Louisiana State University’s School of Architecture also receiving a minor in Fine Arts. While at LSU, Rodriguez was a research assistant in LSU’s Coastal Sustainability Studio and worked on several research grant projects, including the Louisiana Board of Regents Research Grant and the CMEDS-GoMRI Research Grant where she expanded her knowledge on Louisiana’s current sustainability issues while investigating possible solutions through architecture. She was the recipient of multiple awards including the O.J. Baker Award, and was also a winner in the Mid City Studio Design Competition Award for excellent design execution and presentation. Shortly after graduating in 2014, Carolina started working at DNA Workshop where she has contributed to the visualization and production of construction documents for various projects ranging from commercial to residential projects. Rodriguez has also worked on multiple collaborative design-build projects where she’s applied her 3D modeling skills and made use of our in-house workshop for production and assembly. She plans on pursuing architectural licensure and has grown interested in historic renovation.