Amy A. Alper, AIA founded her practice in 2005. Amy mastered her skills as a designer and project manager working on high profile projects such as the Getty Center (Richard Meier and Partners) in Los Angeles and the Carneros Inn (RMW as Executive Architect for William Rawn and Partners) in Napa.
Amy collaborates with her clients (and their contractors) from design conception through construction. Her multi-option approach introduces clients to the potential of design and her skill brings the result of an integrated design solution. Amy knows how to ask the right questions. She guides her clients through the construction process and never loses sight of design goals or her client’s budget.
Amy received her Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Michigan in 1983 and her Master of Architecture from the University of California, Los Angeles in 1988, where she graduated at the top of her class and served as Co-Editor of the UCLA Architecture Journal. She served on the Board of the LA Forum for Architecture and Urban Design. In 1996 she received an AIA Award for the Electric Vehicle Recharging Station. A complete listing of her awards and publications can be found in RECOGNITION.