Ann M Alspaugh, ALA, principle and sole-practitioner at aMa-Architecture, is a graduate of the University Of Michigan School Of Architecture at Ann Arbor receiving her Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree in 1993. She has 20+ years of residential design and construction experience from subsidized housing to high-end, multi-unit to single family, elderly and accessible housing with an elementary school project thrown in.
In addition to work through architectural firms, Ms. Alspaugh has been commissioned for several private residential projects within the City of Chicago and Indiana. She has also volunteered her talent and experiences to design two houses for Habitat for Humanity, Pilsen Little Village area of Chicago. Her volunteerism includes work with community and animal welfare services.
Through these experiences, combined with her life-long love of nature, modernism and innovation she has now repurposed her efforts towards sustainable living practices and it’s affordability to the lower and middle income communities.
‘I am an eyewitness to the ways in which people relate to themselves and to each other, and my work is a way of scooping and ladling that experience.’-Richard Neutra