Felicia Martin

Project Architect, DSH // architecture

Senior Lecturer, Otis College of Art and Design

M.Arch. Yale University

BFA, Otis College of Art and Design

Felicia Martin received her BFA from Otis College of Art and Design where she majored in Environmental Design and graduated class valedictorian. She received her Master’s Degree in Architecture from the Yale School of Architecture where her work was merited for a number of awards including the Gene Lewis Prize for excellence in residential architecture.

Felicia is a Project Architect at DSH, guiding such projects as the YPI Vine childcare facility, the G+H Studio, and Children’s Institute workplace. Other recent experience includes working as Project Designer with CO Architects on a 500,000 s.f. facility for Kaiser San Diego and a 30,000 s.f. educational facility at Kansas City University. Prior to that she was lead designer with R+D Architects on several multi-family and mixed-use projects, including the 10,000 s.f. 3025 Sunset project.

Felicia also has experience overseas with Mangado & Associates in Pamplona, Spain, working on schemes for the Ruffenhofen Archeological Museum in Germany, the Pau Agua Swimming Pool Complex in France, and the Fleta Theater projects in Spain. She is bi-lingual, English/Spanish.

Felicia taught at Yale during her graduate work and has been a critic on design juries for projects associated with USC, UCLA, and SCI-Arc. She is currently a Senior Lecturer at Otis College of Art and Design in the Architecture/Landscape/Interiors department.

Felicia is a licensed architect in California and holds an NCARB certification.