Arthur W. Andersson, FAIA is the Design Director of Andersson-Wise Architects. He has practiced architecture over three decades throughout the United States in Kansas City, New Orleans and Austin. Arthur studied architecture at the University of Kansas and at the University of London, England graduating with a Bachelor of Environmental Design in 1979. He joined the offices of Howard Needles Tammen Bergendoff (HNTB) in Kansas City, Missouri where he was the principal designer for several major projects. In 1981 Arthur collaborated with Charles W Moore in designing the 1984 Louisiana World Exposition in New Orleans, and established an office with Moore in Austin in 1984.
Before co-founding Andersson-Wise Architects, F. Christian Wise, AIA worked with Andersson and Moore from 1986–1991, becoming a Senior Associate in Moore/Andersson Architects in Austin from 1995–2001. He also served as an Associate in Lyndon/Buchanan Architects in Berkeley, California from 1991–1994. Chris received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Texas in 1987, which included an internship with Venturi Rauch Scott-Brown Associates in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1985–86. He completed studies at Harvard University culminating with a Master of Design Studies in History and Theory in 1995.
Wendy Dunnam Tita, AIA began her work with Page began in 1995 when she returned to Austin, Texas after working in New York for several years. Until 2002, she managed the Interior Architecture Studio at Page before leaving to head Dunnam Tita, PLLC, her own successful Austin-based design firm. However, she continued to collaborate with her former colleagues at Page on several high-profile, award-winning projects. After proving her success, she rejoined Page as a Principal with responsibility for interior architecture and design.
Mell Lawrence, FAIA is the Principal of Mell Lawrence Architects. He studied architecture at the University of Texas in Austin. After working with Charles Moore and a partnership with Paul Lamb, Mell started his firm in 1991. Mell Lawrence Architects was voted 2001 AIA Austin Firm of the Year in recognition of its consistent excellence in design and contribution to creating a unique architecture. His work has been published extensively and been recognized with design awards at local, national, and state levels. In 2007, Mell was honored as a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects in Los Angeles. He hails from Houston.