Andrea Quilici
Senior Associate

Andrea fosters a robust interdisciplinary approach to design. He excels in creating inspirational and highly functional spaces that reflect an interplay of traditional materials and techniques with contemporary technologies, systems, and details.

His work has included the design and master planning of museums, libraries, and higher education projects, with a focus on research-driven designs that optimize life cycle value and functionality.

Having grown up and studied in Italy, Andrea brings a fresh perspective to the thoughtful integration of architecture and landscape, and the layering of history in the architectural context. He values the inherent role of design in promoting discovery and learning, and strives for a positive contribution to the world’s environmental health through sustainable design.


Master of Science in Urban Design, Eriot-Watt University, 1997

“Laurea” (Master of Architecture), University of Florence, 1994


American Institute of Architects, Design Forum Committee 2011 & 2013 Chair  

City of Richmond, Urban Design Committee

Registered Architect in Virginia, Pennsylvania and European Union


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