An award-winning designer & illustrator, Cherie’s work spans education, commercial, public & institutional facilities. Cherie's 40+ year portfolio covers an extraordinary range of project types, sizes & concepts. Cherie has designed & managed over five million square feet of public & school facilities. Numerous organizations have recognized her contributions to the building environment by virtue of design awards. Organizations include the U.S. Green Building Council, National School Board Association, American Association of School Administrators, School Planning & Management & the Council of Educational Facilities Planners Inc. Cherie was honored with three CEFPI National Impact on Learning Awards.
For Dinos, design originates through the eyes and stories of communities, creating the narrative for regional architecture, based on subtle and restrained design rooted in context, culture and collaboration. Dinos is masterful at drawing a community into the design process. His approach peels away layers of thought until the very essence of a design is clear and understandable. His portfolio of work demonstrates that context forms the setting for all design and culture is its narrative. Dinos garners understanding through the stories and eyes of a community using group dialogue and one on one interviews. An Alpha Rho Chi Medal of Honor, he has served on national, regional and state design award juries, led numerous community design charrettes, and has lectured on collaboration as the vehicle to realize remarkable buildings that inspire people to think of design as a collective body of work.
Tommy's accomplished career of nearly 40 years includes providing architectural design & construction related services within the building industry. He serves as the Principal in Charge of Construction Contract Administration for Liollio. Tommy provides the transition point from design to construction offering in-house plan review & working as the in-field liaison between client & contractor. His diligence & resourcefulness in dealing with the unusual & sometimes difficult aspects of construction projects brings an added dimension of service to our clients.
Rick's 30 years of architectural design experience working in the public & private sectors includes government, commercial & retail, historic preservation and institutional & multi-use/multi-family projects. Rick has worked with developers on master planning office complexes, infill projects & retail up-fits. He's also worked with Federal & State Agencies on historic preservation projects & tenant up-fits. As a Principal at Liollio, he's been engaged with programming, master planning, conceptual design, design oversight, design quality management & construction oversight.
Jay feels a deep appreciation for the trust our clients have in Liollio Architecture. "Good design is a matter of understanding the history of people and places," which Jay endeavors to do through his work in the preservation community. Jay is a graduate of Auburn University and has committed the past 17 years to developing a balance between the conservation of historic buildings, the introduction of contemporary building methods and materials, and the needs of modern life. In addition to being a Principal at Liollio, Jay serves on the City of Charleston Board of Architectural Review, which has oversight on all renovation and new construction in the city’s historic district.
Jennifer believes that architecture is about people, and the thoughtful development of places to gather, learn, work and play is an opportunity to celebrate the pride and the story of a community. She promotes both the well-being of our design studio and the communities that we serve. “Liollio Architecture is a family, and the talent, enthusiasm and commitment of our team makes our work a joy.” A graduate of Texas A&M University and the University of Minnesota, Jennifer is a past President of AIA Charleston, a member of the AIASC Disaster Assistance Committee, a volunteer with ACE Mentors of Charleston, and is currently working with an AIASC group to establish a committee for Equity in Architecture in South Carolina.
Andy is passionate about design and the value it brings to our clients through successful collaborations. As part of Liollio's third generation of ownership, Andy has a diverse portfolio, spanning educational, municipal, commercial and healthcare. “It’s an honor to be part of a talented and dedicated team of design professionals that take pride in their work and make even the most challenging days fun and rewarding.” Andy is currently serving as the state President of AIA South Carolina, recently organizing the Community: by design Conference in conjunction with ArtFields in Lake City SC. He is a Past President of AIA Charleston, in which he co-founded a free public lecture series to elevate the design dialogue in our community.
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