Driven to deliver quality results and successful projects, Dominique focuses
on encouraging clients to practice open communication, voicing of
expectations and defining goals and needs. Dedicated to issues of
sustainability and social equity, Dominique endeavors to improve people’s
lives through better design. Her commitment to a better, greener community is
exemplified by her roles as a founding member of Women in Design, Kansas City
(co-chair of the History Committee), a founder of the Ecological Urbanism
Series, and a current board member of the Heartland Tree Alliance. She has
been recognized regionally by the Mid-America Regional Council as a leader in
sustainability and strives to maximize the resourcefulness of every project.
Her firm’s work has been featured in Architectural Record, Dwell, Eco-Home
and Green Business Quarterly.
Dominique has worked on projects of all scales across the country. Namely the
Hotel Sorella Plaza View Hotel, Valencia Court housing complex and the Lake
Quivera multi-family community. She shares her expertise and skills as a
lecturer and studio critic at the University of Kansas, and previously, at
the University of Missouri, Kansas City. Before relocating to Kansas City,
Dominique honed her design skills in the offices of Pelli Clarke Pelli
Architects in New Haven after earning her Master of Architecture at the Yale
School of Architecture. She received a Bachelor of Art in Architecture from
U.C. Berkeley and launched her career working for Daniel Solomon FAIA.