LS3P welcomed Grant Wylie, Associate AIA, and Kevin Jiang, WELL AP, as Emerging Professionals and Caroline Pedrotti as an Interior Designer in the firm’s Charleston office.
Wylie brings nearly 5 years of experience in the design industry, most recently serving as an Associate, Project Coordinator with a local architecture firm. A dual graduate of North Carolina State University, Wylie holds a Master of Architecture and Bachelor of Environmental Design in Architecture. He is attuned to the experiential components of design and is passionate about creating environments that serve a greater purpose than functionality alone. Wylie’s work has been recognized with a TCA 30th Annual Tilt-Up Achievement Award; first place in the 2015 Shift: Navigation Competition; and third place in the 2015 Fentress Global Challenge: Airport of the Future. Outside of his work, Wylie is an avid volunteer and Junior Executive Council member with the American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge in downtown Charleston.
Jiang is a WELL Accredited Professional and brings internship experience in landscape design and construction, most recently collaborating on exhibit revitalization efforts at Queens Botanical Garden in Flushing, New York. Jiang is a dual graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, holding a Bachelor of Architecture and Bachelor of Arts in Social and Political History. During his time at Carnegie Mellon, Jiang was heavily involved in leadership and volunteer efforts, serving as an Assistant Student Instructor for the Center for Architecture Explorations and a Park Steward with the Alliance for Flushing Meadows Corona Park.
Pedrotti brings experience in interior design and visual merchandising. She recently served as a Design Associate for a locally owned business in New York, where she curated furniture and product selection while assisting with visual merchandising and marketing strategies. A graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design and a minor in Communications, Pedrotti is interested in designing unique, immersive spaces for disabled and aging populations.
Founded in 1963, LS3P is an architecture, interiors, and planning firm with regional roots and national reach. Operating from its nine locations in Charleston, Columbia, Greenville, Myrtle Beach, Charlotte, Raleigh, Wilmington, Atlanta, and Savannah, LS3P is deeply committed to the communities in which it serves, and has been honored with over 600 design awards in diverse practice areas. For more information on LS3P, visit www.ls3p.com.