As an architectural designer for both Qb3 and Peter Marino Architect and a retail store designer at URBN, Inc., Jacklynn Niemiec has acquired a wide range of experience and perspective in the field. With Qb3, a multi-disciplinary design studio, Jacklynn collaborated on both architecture and graphic design work. At Peter Marino Architect, she helped develop the design and detailing for high-end residential projects with a focus on interior design, fine art, and materiality. During her tenure at URBN, she helped grow the Free People retail presence from a fleet of 35 to 75 stores. Notably, she managed the design and construction of the flagship store in Philadelphia and the brand’s first international location in Toronto.
Her work has been exhibited in Philadelphia’s SAAW Gallery, The Center for Architecture, and she was honored with first prize recognition in the John Stewardson Memorial Competition. Jacklynn is a LEED BD+C Accredited Professional and holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Penn State University and a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania.