Liz McCormick

Liz McCormick is an architect and artist who focuses on high performance buildings in hot-humid climates by studying relationships found in natural systems.  Her interdisciplinary approach responds to both environmental and social demands symbiotically.  

Liz graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design with a Bachelors of Architecture and Bachelor of Fine Art.  She is a registered architect, Certified Passive House Consultant, and a LEED AP.  She is the recipient of the 2015 New England Sustainable Energy Association’s (NESEA) Kate Goldstein Award for Emerging Professionals in Sustainability. 

2017 SMArchS Thesis: Biologicallly-Inspired High-Performance Envelope Design in Tropical Climates