Jessica Wasiloski, Assoc. AIA, LEED Green Assoc.
Jessica Wasiloski graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Architecture Degree from Louisiana State University in 2013. She was awarded College Honors for successful defense of a multi-semester thesis paper, and was named the 2013 LSU Discover Scholar Award winner for exemplifying outstanding undergraduate research in the College of Art and Design.
During her studies, she worked in collaboration with the LSU Office of Community Design Development, architectural historians, and community leaders to promote adaptive reuse of historic structures in blighted downtown historic districts through participation in three Historic Main Street Association Studios.
Ultimately, it was her passion for community-based adaptive reuse and historic renovation projects that attracted her to DNA Workshop. Since joining DNA in August of 2015, she has collaborated on a range of design projects including historic renovations, single and multi-family residential, and new construction commercial projects.
Currently, Jessica is project manager for renovations to the historic Cinclare Plantation House and multi-tenant renovations to the Fourteenth Street Warehouse. She is also an active member of AIA Baton Rouge, and will serve as Rose Awards Committee Submissions Co-Chair in the upcoming year.