“I love problem solving at any level or scale, and helping to pull all of the parts and pieces of a project together. To me, the most satisfying part of being an architect is seeing something that I worked on built and being put to good use.”
Tereza has played a central role in three of the firm’s recent significant civic and cultural projects: Rothko Pavilion at the Portland Art Museum, Multnomah County Library’s Central Library Terrace, and Multnomah County Library’s Operations Center. Her problem-solving and proactive communication has established her status as a trusted advisor to clients and colleagues. Tereza holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Notre Dame.
Registered Architect: Oregon
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards Certification
American Institute of Architects, Member