Lise Barriere is a LEED AP BD+C and NCARB certified, licensed architect in California with over twenty years of experience. She worked on projects in France, India, and throughout Canada before moving to San Francisco in 1997. As a senior designer in San Francisco, Lise designed several prestigious, award winning research facilities and academic buildings throughout the Bay Area. Her focus has been on creating logical architectural solutions for clients with complex programmatic needs and intense site constraints. Lise values the importance of a conceptual approach and strives to create a clear vision and strong intention with each project.
Lise obtained a BA in psychology from McGill University in Montreal and studied architecture at Dalhousie in Nova Scotia, where she graduated with a Master Degree and was awarded the Thesis Prize.