NC architect Alicia Ravetto combines her skills as an architectural design expert with her experience in planning energy efficiency, conservation, and clean renewable energy features to design high-performance buildings. Throughout her career, she has been particularly committed to designing buildings that will reduce carbon emissions. Her practice is focused on the design of new custom homes, additions and renovations as well as consulting and teaching on sustainability, daylighting, LEED.
Alicia Ravetto, a registered architect in NC, LEED Fellow, LEED AP BD+C, USGBC Faculty BD+C and ASES Fellow, combines design skills and experience in working with planning and design groups on energy efficiency, conservation, and clean renewable energy to achieve more sustainable practices in buildings.
ALICIA RAVETTO ARCHITECT, established in 1997, is a nationally and
internationally recognized green building consulting firm based in the
Triangle area of North Carolina.
The firm provides full architectural services with a focus on green building
design + consulting and is a small minority/woman owned business, NC HUB firm, MWOB City of Raleigh and City of Durham
Alicia Ravetto Architect has consulted on over 15 LEED certified projects,
including many that achieved LEED Gold or Platinum certification in NC.
She consults and teaches green building initiatives in NC, the US and Latin
Alicia Ravetto grew up in Argentina where she received her professional degree in Architecture . She lived in sunny and dry Mendoza for six years doing research in passive solar design and daylighting which set the toner for her professional career.
She came to the US in 1985 as a Fulbright scholar to pursue her Master of Architecture at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA).
Alicia moved to NC in 1987 and lives in her high performance solar house that she designed and built in 1996 with her husband Paul Konove.
She has received the NC Solar Hall of Fame award for expertise and
leadership in education and architectural design of solar buildings; SBIC
Best Practices in Sustainability award, the California Building Industry
Foundation Award and the Sustainable NC Business award Green Building and the 2011 Gail Lindsey Sustainability Award.
Alicia is approved to teach the following instructor-led workshops:
* LEED 101: Green Building Basics and LEED
* LEED 201: Core Concepts and Strategies
* BDC 251: Understanding the BDC LEED Rating Systems
* BDC 301: Implementing the BDC LEED Rating Systems
Throughout her career, she has been particularly committed to designing
buildings that will reduce carbon emissions. Her practice is focused on the
design of new custom homes, additions and renovations as well as consulting
and teaching on sustainability, daylighting, LEED.
To contact or learn more about Alicia Ravetto, please visit
www.aliciaravettoarchitect.com or call 919-933-0999.