My designs bring spaces to life. I add exceptional value to projects through a creative design process, construction ideas and conscious planning.
As a house whisperer of sorts, I have worked on a wide range of building types, from tiny galley kitchens to whole house renovations.
I tailor my services to meet the unique needs of every client to fit their budget and timeline.
I have nurtured my passion for architecture since first hearing the click of LEGO bricks at the age of 4. Two decades later, I graduated with a B.A. in Architecture from Universidad Nacional de Cordoba (Argentina) and an M.A. in Communications from American University in Washington, D.C.
I am licensed to practice architecture in Washington D.C., Virginia and Maryland. I am a LEED accredited professional and a Passive House Design Consultant.
I live in Washington, D.C. with my husband, two children and Cecilia, the dog.
The increasing homeless population in all urban centers shows that achieving housing equity will require an innovative approach to residential distribution along with a variety of housing types.See more
The Washington Post
Jay Fazio, 30, is a real estate agent with TTR Sotheby’s and specializes in the neighborhood where he lives — 16th Street Heights in Northwest Washington.See more
What It Takes To Build Accessory Dwelling Units (And Why Some People Oppose Them)See more
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Washington Business Journal
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Washington Business Journal
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Montgomery County is debating a change to its zoning rules that would make it easier to build accessory apartments, also known as Accessory Dwelling Units or ADUs.See more
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