Julie Roberts

Project Architect, AIA
Outside of work…
I love to travel and experience new cultures. I enjoy being outside, whether I'm cycling, skiing or exploring local parks.
                
What you don’t know about me…
Music is a big part of my life. I’ve played piano since I was six and played violin for nearly a decade. I’m also the only left-handed person in my family, earning me a variety of amusing nicknames. 

How I got my bragging rights…
I earned my Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Kent State University followed by a dual-degree Master’s in Architecture and Master’s in Urban Design from KSU’s Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative. I lived and worked in Cleveland before moving to North Canton and joining SoL Harris/Day. 

How I give back…
I’ve served as a volunteer pianist in the memory unit of a local nursing home and have performed for several charity events. I recently joined AIA and am looking forward to getting more involved in the architecture and design community.  

Who molded me into the person I am…
My parents and two sisters have shaped the person that I’ve become. I grew up with a solid, close-knit support network and for that I am truly grateful.

Architecture that inspires me…
I’m always in awe of the intricacy and sheer scale of gothic cathedrals such as Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris and Milan Cathedral. With a passion for urban design, I love cities like Zurich, Prague, and Barcelona and I’m intrigued by how their architecture is woven together with the urban fabric.
Julie Roberts

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