Charlotte Grant, Architect

Charlotte received her Master of Architecture from the University of Texas in Austin.  Her undergraduate degree is in Studio Art and Art History from Oberlin College in Ohio.

Born in New Zealand her family immigrated to America when she was a child where she was educated in Indiana.  Before settling down she traveled throughout (and lived in some) parts of the United States, Canada, Mexico, Italy, Germany, England, Belgium, France, Switzerland, Holland, The Czech Republic, Austria, Spain, Papau New Guinea, New Zealand and Indonesia.  Charlotte lived in Genoa, Italy for a year working for the Renzo Piano Building Workshop while finishing her degree at UT.  Traveling has helped develop her true passion for art, the composition of cities and societies and architectural history.   Her love of math, science, and art created her desire to practice architecture.  She has been working in residential design since 1998.  

Now married and raising three energetic boys she truly understands the lifestyle of a busy family.  Her design focuses on functional family living with beautiful results.  Her ego-less approach to architecture allows the client to have a big part in the design of their home.  Working together as a team, client and professional are able to create wonderful working spaces that reflect the family that lives there.