Amber Lousos
AIA, Architect

Since she joined the studio in 2015, Amber’s work has included complex civic and academic projects from planning and conceptual design through project completion.  Her expertise extends from space planning, historic preservation, and contemporary design in landmark buildings.  Her involvement continues through construction on the renovation and expansion for Yale University’s new Humanities Quadrangle and the US embassy in Athens, including the rehabilitation of Walter Gropius’ landmark Chancery.   

Amber holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Thomas Jefferson University (formally Philadelphia University).  Because of her extensive knowledge of interior materials, she has become a resource for the entire studio.  Amber enjoys spending her free time with her two wire haired dachshunds named Charles and Olive.