Lindsey Pickornik
AIA
Associate

Lindsey brings a thoughtful and insightful perspective to her work in historic preservation, restoration, adaptive use, and sensitive infill projects. She works closely with clients to design projects that meet modern requirements and economic objectives while preserving architectural heritage and community context.

Her expertise has helped protect and restore many important buildings and sites, from downtown landmarks to rural heritage sites. She has contributed to several of the firm’s most complex museum and civic facility modernization projects.

Lindsey believes successful architecture lies in the balance between the fine details and the bigger picture. She finds the opportunity to bring new life to historic properties while preserving the original design intent and building legacy among the most rewarding aspects of her career.

Education

Master of Architecture in Sustainability, Lawrence Technological University, 2009

B.A. in Communications Studies, University of Michigan, 2005

Affiliations

American Institute of Architects - Huron Valley Chapter, Board Member - Continuing Education Director, Vice President/President Elect

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