Our staff members are all committed students of the accumulated wisdom of history as it is expressed in traditional architecture and urban design. Our passion for building strong communities starts here in our studio, among our friends and colleagues.
Stephanie joined Union Studio in 2005 to apply her training in classical and traditional architecture and urbanism. She currently serves as a Project Manager for the new Tiverton Public Library in Tiverton, RI and the San Juan Passage neighborhood in Anacortes, WA. She is a passionate New Urbanist and formerly served as Vice President of CNU New England. Additionally, Stephanie is Past President of AIA Rhode Island, and was a Co-Founder of the Providence Chapter of Architecture for Humanity. In the summer of 2011 Stephanie received a LeBrun Travel Grant from the Center for Architecture in New York City, which enabled her to travel to Indonesia to study urban villages. As demonstrated by her ample volunteerism and civic engagement, Stephanie is a natural leader with a passion for making positive changes in her community. She is currently pursuing a Masters Degree in Sustainable Urban Development at Oxford University in England, which requires periodic travel throughout the program. She received her Bachelor’s of Architecture from the University of Notre Dame.
Hometown: Arlington, MA (yes, the birthplace of Uncle Sam)
Philosophical idol: Wendell Berry
Guilty Pleasure: Three Sister’s Ice Cream
Pivotal childhood memory: Summers on the Jersey Shore . . . no, not THAT Jersey Shore
Favorite RI oddity (person, place, thing or “ism”): The crazy red railroad bridge suspended over the Seekonk River.
On a Sunday afternoon you will likely find me: Taking a daytrip in my favorite Zipcar
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