Buildings are spaces for people first and foremost.
The success of architecture is often judged by a developer’s profitability or by aesthetic impact. And while both are important, I believe that well-designed spaces should strive to become the backbone of positive human activity and connection—encouraging meaningful experiences for people of all socioeconomic backgrounds.
Sincerely prioritizing a community's needs within the constraints of a given project can be a challenging process, but it’s what I believe ultimately makes a project successful. This ever-shifting puzzle is something I’m passionate about, and here at LMSA I have the privilege to follow that passion, working alongside inspiring peers, leaders, and clients.