A dual French and American citizen, Alice recalls spending her childhood summers in France with family that formed the base of her cultural curiosity and how architecture can reveal the history of a place and its evolution. Alice loves spending her time directly making a difference with people. Whether it be volunteering to tutor kids on English as a second language or working directly with clients, she enjoys getting to know people and discovering what their dreams and interests are. This is what led her to specialize more on the residential side, both new construction and remodels, because of the opportunity to translate the unique desires of individuals into a home that speaks to them and working with the fabric of a place through weaving the layers of history with old next to new.
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.
B. Architecture, Washington University, St. Louis
Licenses / Certifications
Registered Architect, Washington