Wayne Williams, AIA, LEED AP
Wayne is a registered architect with over 20 years of experience. He has been a LEED AP since 2008. He began his career in Birmingham, Alabama, and in 1999, he relocated to his hometown of Chattanooga, where he have worked for a number of firms before opening Workshop Architecture in 2016.
His core expertise is in K-12 and higher education projects, but his work history also includes historic restoration, facilities needs analysis, and multifamily residential projects.
Wayne earned his bachelor of architecture from Auburn University and is licensed in multiple states across the southeast.
Sarah Page, AIA
Sarah graduated from Drury University in 2012 with dual degrees in Architecture and French. After graduating, she decided to wait out the end of the recession in Paris, France, where she worked as an au pair. While living abroad, she took every opportunity to travel across Europe and Africa exploring her favorite passions: history, design, and food. She returned to the U.S. in 2013 and began her career in architecture. Within a year, she was employed at a Chattanooga firm, pursuing her architectural license, AND serving on both the local and state American Institute of Architects (AIA) boards of directors.
Sarah is licensed in Tennessee.
Aaron began practicing architecture in Atlanta, Georgia, where he worked for two different firms before trying his hand at organic farming. After 5 years of farming Aaron was ready to return to architecture. He settled in his home town of Rome, Georgia where he worked for CEVIAN Design Lab before moving to Chattanooga in 2015. Aaron joined Workshop Architecture in July of 2016 where he has been acting as Project Architect on commercial renovation projects as well as some residential projects. Aaron has experience working on civic, religious, and higher education building types as well as master planning for campuses and institutions. He earned his bachelor of architecture from Southern Polytechnic State University.
Laura Margaret Jones
After studying Human Geography, International Affairs, and GIS at The University of Georgia, Laura Margaret dabbled in a few different sectors - journalism, research, city government, education, non-profit - and called several places home - Athens, GA; Washington, DC; and Los Angeles, CA. It was her return to her childhood home of Chattanooga, however, that peaked her interest in Urban Planning and Architecture. In witnessing the long-term changes in the urban landscape and its effects on demographics and dynamics, she is concerned with the power of the built environment to create connection or eliminate it and sees design as a key to building a more inclusive and just society.
Laura Margaret is pursuing graduate school programs in Urban Planning and Architecture. In the meantime, she is calling upon her experiences managing, facilitating, and doing outreach to coordinate our nitty-gritty office stuff.