Charlotte Baham

AIA | Associate

Charlotte’s interest in architecture began early as she took art classes while growing up in New Orleans, a city known for its rich culture and unique architectural style. In middle and high school, she was exposed to the field of architecture through various means, including a notable visit to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West in Scottsdale, Arizona. The siting of the building, its materials, the level of design, and intentional incorporation of natural light inspired her. Charlotte realized that architecture was much more than just the building shell and could offer her an opportunity to apply creativity to something that we interact with every day. After earning her degree in architecture from LSU, she and her husband decided to set roots in Austin. They built a shipping container tiny home, where Charlotte gained a new perspective on space and how it impacts the way people live. Outside of the office, spending time in nature and mixed media art projects keep her creativity flowing.