I Am AIA:
Carrie Anderson AIAExpand
Carrie has sixteen years of experience in custom residential architecture in the Puget Sound region. She received her bachelor’s degree from University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee in 2002 and graduate degree from University of Washington in 2006. She has been a passionate advocate for sustainability as an active member of the Northwest EcoBuilding Guild and International Living Future Institute. Carrie has presented at the Northwest Green Building Slam & Summit as well as the Northwest Green Home Tour. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, Seattle Times, Luxe Magazine and other publications.
Why did you join AIA Seattle?
About a year and a half ago I became involved in the Small Practice and Residential Committee (SPARC). The community I found there has been a source of education, mentorship and inspiration for me ever since. Membership in AIA Seattle became the next step in demonstrating my commitment to that group and the larger initiatives the AIA seeks to implement.