Patricia Brown Warren, AIA Principal

For over 35 years, Patricia Warren has been perfecting her craft as an architect.

Prior to establishing her own firm – Warren Architecture, LLC – in 2001, Patricia served as a Senior Associate and Project Architect for a Connecticut firm which specialized in historic preservation, multi-family homes, and senior centers.  Before that, she worked as a Project Architect for firms in New Haven and Bridgeport, where she honed her talents in design development and the production of construction documents – engaging in residential design, institutional design, and space planning.  Warren first earned her Bachelor of Architecture degree from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1979. Then, setting a precedent which would prove prophetic, she immediately began work on independent commissions. Starting with the design of a custom house overlooking Long Island Sound, Warren would go on, in the intervening decades, to work on a large number of residential commissions (encompassing new construction, renovations, and additions). Several of these projects can be seen by clicking on the Projects: New England tab.

Warren has been a registered architect in Connecticut since 1983 and in Arizona since 2008 – when Patricia and her husband moved to Tucson to create a new office of Warren Architecture (the fact that Warren and her husband were enthralled with Tucson after a vacation visit may have had something to do with the move, too). It didn’t take long for her work to warrant local attention: In addition to her many honors from, Warren was sought out as one of three jurors for the “Tucson Homes of the Year Awards” –  a contest sponsored by Tucson Lifestyle Home and Garden Magazine and the Southern Arizona Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).

Warren is a member of the AIA, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.