Audrey N. Reda
Project Designer/Historical Researcher
Audrey joined The Johnson Partnership in 2018 shortly after receiving her Master of Architecture from the University of Washington. Audrey works on all phases of design, from modeling as-built structures and assisting with permit drawings to on-site project management. She also works on historic resources projects by conducting archival research, writing historic reports, and assisting with presentations to the Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board.
Audrey received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Architecture from the Savannah College of Art and Design, and a Bachelor of Arts in English from Flagler College in St. Augustine, FL. Her thesis project at University of Washington was the design for a lava-resilient, multi-generational housing community in Pahoa, Hawaii. She is working towards becoming a licensed architect.
Before settling in Seattle, Audrey lived in Michigan, Ohio, Florida, Massachusetts, Hawaii, and Georgia. She enjoys building oversized, indestructible furniture, painting, and getting lost in foreign countries.