Amanda Claire Seligman, also known as Ace, is a licensed architect with strong creative and technical skills. She has earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture and Planning from The Catholic University of America, and a Master of Architecture from Clemson University. She is well traveled, having helped build a school in Honduras and a church in Costa Rica, studied architecture in Barcelona, and taught English at Tsinghua University in Beijing and Chang‘an University in Xi’an, China. Ace will always find a way to hop on a plane and explore! Her experiences in architecture, travel, and meeting and working with others from around the world has sparked her passion and drive to contribute to the rapid evolution of architecture.
Ace is particularly inspired by the current direction of healthcare design, which is driven by person-centered design, and supported by Evidence-Based Design, Planetree, LEED, Well Building, and phenomenology.