Erica Quinones AIA
Associate / Design Architect
Originally from Houston, Erica relocated back to Texas after stints working in New York and Seattle. Her education and early practice in New York City shaped Erica as a designer - inspiring her goal to continually connect people through architecture. She has a rigorous attention to detail, and believes in an integrated team approach to design. She is committed to designing resilient and sustainable environments, while striving to craft spaces in which people can connect socially via a meaningful sense of place.
Her portfolio or work ranges from high-end custom residential to multi-family housing as well as higher education, civic and corporate market sectors. In addition to her work in architecture, Erica has taught design studios at The UT School of Architecture, Texas A&M, and Parsons School of Design in New York. She has been the proud recipient of the Eileen Gray Thesis Prize from Parsons New School and multiple AIA design awards. Her commitment to her community drives her to volunteer with the Texas Society of Architects Design Awards Committee, as well as being a dedicated leader to her daughter’s Girl Scout troop. She and her family are avid outdoor enthusiasts, and have - thus far - visited more than 15 national parks.