Charleston SC (March 2017) – Liollio Architecture is pleased to announce the elevation of Angie Brose, AIA, LEED AP, to Associate. Angie received her Master’s Degree in Architecture at Ball State University and her Bachelor Degree from Technische Universitat in Berlin. She has 18 years of professional architectural experience. Her work is diverse, spanning a variety of projects from education and agency to community design. Most recently, Angie has been heavily involved with the design of Richland Library’s St. Andrews, Ballentine, Blythewood and Wheatley Branches. She contributes to a project’s design from start to finish.
“Collaboration with clients and working as a team to create good design is what inspires me most and fuels my passion for this profession. I love working with communities to create spaces that are specifically designed for their needs, vernacular and cultural identity. It’s most important to me that clients and end users of a space feel ownership and passion for the space we have created together. This is when I feel a project is most successful. The finished project belongs to the client, though we, as architects, also take great pride in its creation.”
Angie is also active in the community, volunteering, mentoring and caring for the environment. “I am passionate about giving back to the community. I love volunteering for Habitat for Humanity, Adopt a Highway and various community projects through my church.”
Celebrating its 60th Anniversary, Liollio Architecture was honored by the American Institute of Architects South Carolina Chapter with the 2016 Firm Award. Headquartered in Charleston, Liollio offers architecture, interior design, programming, historic preservation and master planning services. Visit liollio.com and follow Liollio on Google+, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook & Vimeo for more info.