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Angela Khermouch, AIA

As a licensed architect and urban designer, I am passionate about enhancing the urban built environment and creating more sustainable, multimodal cities. I see design as a method of storytelling—about where communities are now, where they have been, and where they would like to go in the future. I believe that good urban design, with varied housing, transportation, and employment opportunities, can provide a robust support system for individuals throughout the course of their lives. I am particularly passionate about bikes as a form of transportation as well as recreation. An interconnected urban to rural bike system can provide for healthier and more interconnected communities. I saw this firsthand when I rode my bike from New York City to Montreal using a mixture of greenways, trails, and road-based bike networks. In my free time, I don’t just ride bikes—I also like to rock climb, create with a sewing machine and woodworking tools, and play games with my pet cockatiel, Frankie.

Urban Designer
Notable Projects

Master of Urban Design, The City College of New York

B.Arch, Architecture, Illinois Institute of Technology


Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship

Sacramento Food Bank

ACE Mentor Program

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