“Architects should show mindfulness and attention to public transit-oriented development and include public life into the vision for their architecture.”
Annie has always been interested in the built environment and the city. Living in Koreatown for over 5 years has had a major influence on her philosophy for architecture. Annie likes Abramson Teiger for their mindfulness and attention to public transit-oriented development and their approach to including public life into the vision for their architecture.
- Los Angeles Institute of Architecture and Design – 2 years
- B.Arch – Currently finishing the Undergraduate Architecture program at Woodbury University
Annie is part of the first cohort of Woodbury’s IPAL (Integrated Path to Licensure) program. Working at ATA as an intern during the Undergraduate program and being involved with IPAL gives Annie the opportunity to obtain internship hours, study for licensure exams and receive an architectural license upon graduating with a Bachelor’s degree.
Annie grew up in Orange County and her interest in design began with making clothes for herself and refurbishing furniture for local thrift stores. Her first design job was in graphic design for Guess, Inc. In her free time Annie enjoys riding her bike, sketching, and photographing the city.
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