Alice Reis                                                                                                              Architect

A recent Seattle transplant, Alice grew up in Brooklyn, New York, soaking up the character of New York City's many diverse neighborhoods. She went on to attend Washington University in St. Louis, where she received a degree in architecture. Amidst her studies, Alice received the Hugh Ferris award for architectural drawing. After graduation, Alice returned to New York City where she had the opportunity to lead a variety of high-end residential and commercial projects, including construction of a LEED gold community center. In 2013, Alice jumped on the opportunity to move to Seattle, and hasn't looked back since. 

Education
B. Architecture, Washington University, St. Louis

Licenses / Certifications
Registered Architect, Washington

Selected Projects
Lake Union Floating Home, Seattle
Moby, Fremont

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