About Angelini & Associates
Brad Angelini and Theresa Angelini are both architects who work as a team and both share in the design of every project. In addition to the founding partners, Angelini & Associates draws upon a wide range of professional experiences and talents of the staff within the office. All staff members are either registered architects or architectural designers who are working toward registration. While each project has specific designers dedicated to it, the open and lively communication within the office means that each project benefits from the insights and experiences of the entire firm.
This team approach extends outside the office as well, with the builder, technical consultants, and most importantly, the client.
Meet our team
Brad has taught at the University of Michigan and has published or co-authored numerous articles on university housing and living/learning communities. Brad is a Past President, founder of the annual publication AWARDS, and active member of the AIA Huron Valley Chapter.
Educated at Notre Dame, the University of Illinois at Chicago, and the Ohio State University, Theresa has also taught at the University of Michigan and at Lawrence Technological University. Theresa is the current Continuing Education Director of the AIA Huron Valley Chapter.
Educated at Lawrence Technological University and the University of Michigan, Jason was the recipient of student awards and also participated in competitions and urban design charrettes in the Detroit area during this time.
Educated at the University of Michigan, his work was included in the school’s publication and exhibitions. Also, one of Don’s models was part of a traveling exhibition.
Educated at the University of Michigan for both undergraduate and graduate studies. She has a background in graphic & web design in addition to her main interest of architecture. Kelsey served as the AIA Huron Valley Chapter Secretary for three years.
Educated at the University of Michigan and Lawrence Technological University with a concentration in sustainability, Rob’s studies focused on the interrelationships of social interaction and the built environment. He also has a background in residential construction and cost estimation. In addition to architecture, Rob’s interests include music, exercise, and UM Athletics.
Educated at the University of Michigan and Ferris State University, Nate has been featured in multiple student showcases. He has a background in architectural and electrical drafting as well as black and white photography.
Educated at the University of Michigan, Justin was a finalist in the Wallenberg studio competition. In addition to his background in drafting, free-hand drawing, and scale model building, Justin is interested in architectural history.