Patty Lampert
AIA Cleveland


Friday, August 13th from 12:00-1:00 PM EST
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Coffee with the Fellows, Volume 2 Session 4: 

Julie Snow, FAIA and Larissa Burlij, AIA

Coffee with the Fellows is an ongoing series centered around a conversation between one Fellow and one emerging professional, interviewing each other on design, projects or initiatives. 

The podcast-like format allows for the inviting conversation to be live, recorded, and archived as a library of multigenerational design professionals. Coffee with the Fellows has allowed emerging designers to bloom as public speakers and design professionals and has activated Fellows as mentors and storytellers in a new way. The series earned the competitive Emerging Professionals Grant from the AIA National College of Fellows which has allowed Coffee with the Fellows to be shared more widely.

Coffee with the Fellows aims to promote diversity across the profession and elevate the knowledge and expertise of our members. We look forward to you joining the conversation.


Thank You to our Series Grant Supporters:
AIA College of Fellows and the 
AIA Ohio Foundation 


Julie Snow, FAIA
Snow Kreilich Architects

Julie Snow leads a studio-based practice in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The studio's interest in pragmatic and critical programmatic reflection results in innovative designs that expand our understanding of architectural performance. Design strategies engage issues of how architecture performs within each project's, social, cultural and economic context.

The practice has been recognized with numerous awards including the AIA’s 2018 Architecture Firm Award, an honor that recognizes a practice that consistently has produced distinguished architecture for at least 10 years. Projects have been recognized with several AIA Honor Awards, a Holcim North American Bronze Award, a Progressive Architecture Design Award, the Chicago Athenaeum’s American and International Architecture Awards, Architect Magazine Annual Design Review, the Design Distinction Award from I.D. magazine, several Business Week/Architectural Record Awards and several US General Services Administration's Design Excellence Awards. The work of the studio was exhibited at the Chicago Architectural Foundation.

Julie Snow has held several visiting professor positions including the Graduate School of Design at Harvard, USC, and Washington University, St. Louis, as well as teaching at the University of Minnesota College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture where she received the Ralph Rapson Award for Distinguished Teaching. She was selected as an "Emerging Voice” by the New York Architectural League in 1998. In 2005, Princeton Architectural Press published the first monograph on the studio’s work in its series on emerging designers from around the world. In 2011 she was awarded the Architecture Prize from the American Academy of Arts and Letters.


Larissa Burlij, AIA

Larissa Burlij, AIA is a nationally recognized licensed architect who designs and advocates in Cleveland. She holds a Masters of Architecture from the University of Cincinnati and Bachelors Degree from the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University.

As a Senior Associate at Bialosky, Larissa champions architecture, landscape, and urban design that profoundly impacts residential communities surrounding former industrial sites. Recent projects include The Lincoln, and The Tappan, inspired by Tremont’s textile manufacturing history. She has led historic restoration and transformation of numerous buildings, including Mueller Lofts, the Fairmont Creamery and the Wagner Awning Building. Her work is exhibited through the national online catalogue, SAY IT LOUD, accompanied by a physical traveling exhibit of prominent female and BIPOC designers.

Larissa is committed to mentoring young women in the profession, and advocates for equal access and representation across engineering and design. She has served as a Capstone Advisor for Laurel School, participated in STEAM days, and designed curriculum for the Girl Scout’s of Northeast Ohio’s Architecture Day Camp. 

Larissa serves on AIA Cleveland’s Committee on Design, which looks to promote and celebrate elevated design in our region. She has served as a design awards juror for Cleveland Construction Employer’s Association Awards and for Cleveland Restoration Society’s Preservation Design Awards.

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