EmilyRae has 7 years of experience in architecture and architectural research. She studied architecture and built ecologies at Carnegie Mellon University and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s Center for Architecture Science and Ecology. While pursuing her bachelor’s degree in architecture EmilyRae gained an understanding of the design and construction phases for constructing buildings. As an architectural researcher in the field of Built Ecologies, she learned about innovative architectural systems for sustainable resource management and energy consumption.
EmilyRae believes that access to quality habitats have a significant positive effect on the population and that these human habitats can be built and maintained in a way that preserves and restores the natural resources surrounding them. As a hardworking and conscientious individual, she has spent the last few years working closely with the firm’s principal to help clients realize their vision for homes, apartments and commercial spaces.