Emilie is the Associate Director of the San Francisco office and leader of the daylight and carbon practices. In her eight years at Atelier Ten in New York, Emilie has consulted on over 50 LEED certified and LEED targeted projects. Her projects range from one of the largest and most complex Net Zero Energy buildings in the United States to the first LEED Gold certified commercial gallery.
Emilie’s experience with daylighting, resiliency, Passivhaus, Net Zero buildings, and carbon reduction have been instrumental in the advancement and expansion of the firm’s technical expertise and research acumen. As one of the founders of the first Living Future Collaborative on the East Coast, she is an advocate for positive transformation for the built environment.
Emilie has taught environmental technology to architecture students at Parsons the New School for Design. She has studied at the Institute of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Stuttgart in Germany, and holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the School of Architecture and Urban Design at the University of Kansas.
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