Erin believes design is a process of engaging with problems, opportunities, hopes and ideas. Through research and focus on found methods of making in temporal and physical contexts, she works to produce inherently meaningful, generative and prospective designs – redefining the role and definition of craft in contemporary design and construction.
She has been recognized with an Autodesk BuildSpace Fellowship, AIA New England Design Honor Award, a Core77 Design Award in Built Environment, two Architizer A-plus awards, a Paul M. Heffernan International Fellowship, and a nomination for the EU Mies Van der Rohe Award.
Pellegrino holds a B.Arch. from Cornell University, an M.Arch. II from Harvard GSD, and an MBA from the Quantic School of Business and Technology.
Charlie is interested in engaging design at every level. He revels in the details and enjoys percolating design ideas down to material connections. He is committed to a responsible practice that considers the broad-reaching effects of design as it operates within social, economic, and environmental systems.
He is a registered architect in New York State and holds a B.Arch. from Cornell University, and an M.S. in Architecture with a focus in Public Interest Design from Auburn University’s Rural Studio.