Andrea Quilici is an architect and project manager who has overseen major library, museum, and higher education projects, creating inspirational and highly functional spaces that also reflect a holistic approach to sustainability and long-term life cycle value. He has a strong appreciation for the interplay of traditional materials and techniques with contemporary technologies, systems, and details.
Andrea excels in team leadership and appreciates an interdisciplinary approach to design. He believes in the thoughtful integration of architecture and landscape and the importance of making a positive contribution to the world’s environmental health through sustainable design. Andrea’s work also reflects the inherent role of design in promoting discovery and learning, and creating places with emotional value and transformative impact.
“Architecture is a place of discovery. Growing up in Pisa and studying in Florence made me appreciate the layering of history. It also showed me how good architecture has long been achieved with both traditional and innovative technologies and materials; it is this interplay that best serves communities as they gradually develop new ideas, spatial needs, and social
- Eriot-Watt University, Master of Science in Urban Design, 1997
- University of Florence, “Laurea” (Master of Architecture), 1994
- City of Richmond Urban Design Committee
- Fan District Neighborhood Association, Historic Neighborhood Committee
- Virginia Society AIA, Design Forum Committee