We understand that each client comes with their own unique needs and aspirations for their spaces. Our team seeks to fully understand how your space will be used and what it needs to provide to you, your staff, and your clients before starting the design process.


Planning is comprised of a needs analysis coupled with professional directives. This is the foundation of a successful project. It is where viewpoints and disciplines are layered into an overarching project goal. We work cohesively with our clients, their customers, and key stakeholders in the planning process.

Project planning allows us to optimize land use and environmental factors that can have a great impact on a project’s sustainability, viability, building efficiency, and cost. Coupled with our team’s experience, we can provide counsel for physical, environmental, and economic factors that affect the building process and therefore give the client a proactive strategy. We add significant value because we become the client’s advocate in all aspects of the project.


The fundamental definition of architecture is the study of space and form while incorporating natural elements into a physical building shape. During the late 1800s, Louis Sullivan coined the phrase “form follows function,” but at Alesia Architecture, we believe there is a balance of the two as found in the natural environment. We design functional solutions for each of our client’s unique needs and realize that while a building must be beautiful, it must also be safe and function for its intended use. Our designs are rooted in the belief that we’re not designing just another building but a space that improves the lives of those who use and inhabit it.

Interior Design

Interior design plays an important role in the quality of life for the people inside a building as it contributes to the overall sustainability, health, and overall mood of a space. We believe that with interior design we can make a positive impact through everyday spaces. For example, a medical facility would be designed to create a calming environment with the integration of design elements such as plant life and a neutral color palette. Alternatively, an office environment could integrate design elements that are invigorating to workers through creativity and collaboration.

In addition to the mood of the interior setting, we design interiors that are both comfortable and durable. The overall wellbeing of the building’s visitors is our top concern, and we believe we can best serve them by using materials that prioritize comfort and durability, while still meeting our client’s design ideas and intentions. Through this methodology, we ultimately promote sustainable practices that will last our clients a long time.

Clearer Vision Through Virtual Reality

With virtual reality, our clients get the opportunity to walk through their finished space before construction ever starts. This really allows our clients to see if the space will fit their needs. They are able to see how interior design finishes will look together, walk their daily routes, and see how the foot traffic of visitors within their facility will flow. This ensures that our clients don’t need to be able to read 2D floor plans to visualize what their facility will look like before it is completed.