Heather Rowell, Assoc. AIA

Heather’s design experience includes residential projects, retail, large scale hospitality projects and interior upfits. She has an extensive background in educational facility design and was a project manager for several public schools in North Carolina before moving to Houston. Since receiving a Masters of Architecture degree from Rice University in 2009, Heather has dedicated most of her time to sustainable residential design. She holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design in Architecture from North Carolina State University, has taken design studios in Prague and Paris, and was a 2007 Rice Design Alliance Initiatives for Houston Grant recipient.

As Chair of the AIA Women in Architecture Committee, Heather works to promote equal opportunity and inclusion within the architecture, design, and construction industries of Southeast Texas. She is also actively involved in the Rice School of Architecture RAMP program, being a mentor to a number of students over the past few years.

Heather compliments her architectural career with a passion for graphic design and printmaking; her prints have been exhibited in North Carolina, Texas, and California. 

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