Andrew Lallathin

Project Architect, AIA
Outside of work…
First and foremost is spending time with my wife, Sarah, and my four daughters. I am returning for the fourth year as the head coach for their softball team. It is a joy to share my love for the game with all of the girls on the team. Don't think I have given up playing either, I play infield on the men's softball team at my church. My passion for design spills over into my personal time with my home renovation projects.

What you don’t know about me…
I challenge anyone to beat me at a limbo contest.

How I got my bragging rights…
I attended Kent State University and earned my Bachelor of Science degree in 2008. I joined the SoL Harris/Day team shortly before graduation. As a hard worker (…and glutton for punishment), I did double-duty while working with SoL by going back to Kent State University to earn my Masters of Architecture in 2009. (Triple-duty if you count becoming a new dad and renovating our home at the same time)

How I give back…
What better way to give my time and efforts than through "serving in the Junior High Department" at my church.

Who molded me into the person I am…
Who else but my Dad! He is always quick to offer advice and be there to lend a helping hand.

Architecture that inspires me…
Hands down… it is Richard Neutra’s Kaufmann House [Palm Springs]. I Love mid-century modern design!
Andrew Lallathin

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