AIA, CPHC, Architect
An experienced Project Architect, Alexa Asakiewicz has managed complex civic, cultural, and academic project through all design phases. Since joining the firm in 2019, she has worked on numerous educational projects, including Greenwich Academy Lower School and Middle School, Marist College’s Dyson Center, and University School’s Middle School Expansion. Previously, Alexa worked at ARC, where she was on the design team for the LEED Platinum-certified Bentley Hockey Arena (2021 AIA Boston Higher Education Facilities Design Award) and the PJM STEM+ Center at Eagle Hill School (2020 AIA/Boston Society of Architects Design Awards, K-12 Education Facilities Design Award and 2021 Chicago Athenaeum, American Architecture Award), among others.
Alexa holds a Master of Architecture from Rhode Island School of Design and a Bachelor of Arts from Villanova University in History and Honors. Alexa’s work is shaped by her passion for sustainability and intentional design. She is a Certified Passive House Consultant and an active member of Annum’s Advocacy Task Force, charged with leading our studio’s innovative and cost-effective solutions for sustainability and resiliency. In her free time, you can find her chasing around her toddler in the great outdoors and working on numerous home renovation projects.