“Be passionate about what you’re doing, no matter what it may be."
Erin Pecora, a seasoned Design Professional at Domokur & Associates, brings a wealth of experiences that set her apart in the architectural field. Having worked in architecture, construction, engineering, and even at her local sanitation authority, Erin's diverse background has shaped her unique perspective and fostered a passion for details in both drawing and execution.
Her work ethic and attention to detail stand out as her personal strengths. Erin finds passion in the intricate aspects of design, reveling in the transformation of ideas from 2D to 3D through model making. She also has a flair for graphic design, adding an element of visual interest to her projects.
Rooted in childhood experiences of working on models with her father, Erin's journey into architecture solidified during high school when her passion for hand drafting flourished. Inspired by Heavy Timber Construction, she is driven to create architecture that makes a difference in communities and innovates the use of materials and space.
Erin holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Bowling Green State University and a Master of Architecture from Roger Williams University. Her accomplishments include induction into the Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society, research assistance on "Skyscrapers: Landmarks in American Cities," and consistent Dean's List recognition during her undergraduate years.
Beyond her professional pursuits, Erin finds joy in the company of friends and family, enjoys golfing, and indulges in crafting and reading. The sunshine serves as her happy place, and she strongly believes in the mood-boosting effects of spending time outdoors. While she appreciates organization, styled bookshelves are not her style. Erin's shelves are a testament to her love for books and nature's treasures – adorned with layers of tiny bottles, trinkets, rocks, sticks, seashells, and leaves used as bookmarks.
Q&A with Erin:
What food is underrated or underappreciated?
Chicken Cordon Blue. What's not to like about chicken, ham, and cheese?
If you had a warning label, what would it say?
Warning: May constantly talk about what I'm currently reading.
What was the best thing about how your parents raised you?
Always have manners.