Previously home to Wheelwright Lithographing Company, this old warehouse had a rich history and character that we sought to expose by breaking down walls and floors, then complementing the raw textures with a clean minimal openness.
University of Oregon
Bachelor of Architecture
A Little BIt About Me
Anna is deeply connected to both her clients and sustainable design. She’s been an essential part of projects like Publik Coffee Roasters, known for its reclaimed materials and adaptive reuse, as well as the Fugal Barn, and the first historic home to be named LEED Platinum in Utah. Anna knows how to turn a vision into an elegant, cohesive, environmentally friendly reality. She brings a thoughtful, focused, team-oriented approach to every project she touches. Anna hails from Alaska, but earned her bachelor’s degree in architecture and a minor in landscape architecture from the University of Oregon.
Landscape architecture is a particular passion of hers. She loves to get her hands dirty in the yard, ski Utah’s dramatic mountains, and hike along the Wasatch Range with her husband and dog.