Ms. Dianich combines small-town friendliness and communication with big world design ideas. She works closely with Owner representatives to accomplish the financial and functional goals. Her studies and travels in Switzerland, England, Italy, Prague, and Istanbul, bring creativity to every project. She was recently awarded Small Businesswoman of the Year in 2013 in Talbot County and is the designer of notable LEED buildings and is known for getting the job done on time and on budget. She has had multiple clients use her for repeat projects.
Mr. Braithwaite has strong background in planning, LEED, Historic tax credits and project management. His careful coordination and attention to detail have lead to many repeat clients. Like all members of the Atelier 11 team, Jon has hands-on construction experience so that a practical and efficient set of drawings is given to the contractor.
Virginia Tech, School of Architecture 1989
Rotary Group Study Exchange
Five-week study in England 1995
Virginia License #0401009508 since 1994
Maryland License #10465 since 1994
NCARB Certification No. 45430
Bantry Residence: Three projects over 10 years on the same site
Enniskillen Estate: Two projects over 3 years on the sam
National Council for Architectural Registration Board
Founder, Sustainable Architectural Forum
Board Member, Opera on the James 2015 to present
Advisory Board, Talbot Senior Center
Board Member, Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance 2015-
Board Member, Talbot Historical Society 2013-2015
Rotary Club of Easton (1996-2013)
Pro-Bono design work for Habitat for Humanity
Member, Talbot County Chamber of Commerce (1994-present)
1994-Present Atelier 11, Ltd.
Lynchburg VA & Easton, MD
1992-1994 Willow Construction, Inc.
1990-1992 Pamela P. Gardner, A.I.A.
1989 William Bastida, Architect
1988 Design Collaborative, Inc.
1986 Tidewater Building & Supply
Virginia Tech, School of Architecture 1994
Independent Travel Study, 1988-1990
Holland, Germany, Austria & Switzerland- town planning;
progressive methods and materials.
Japan & Korea -Documented native architecture & construction methods
in conjunction with high-tech Japanese architecture in 1988
Associate Member, AIA
Lynchburg Visitor Experience Committee
Pro-Bono work for Habitat for Humanity
American Planning Association (1994-1999)
Commissioner, Easton Planning and Zoning (1995-2001)
Committee Consultant, Waterfowl Festival sculpture (1996)
Board Member and VP (1996), Historic Easton
Member, Talbot County Chamber of Commerce
Member, Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance
1994-present Partner, Atelier 11, Ltd. Lynchburg, Virginia & Easton, Maryland
1989 William Bastida, Architect Seattle, Washington- Internship
1990-1992 Pamela P. Gardner, A.I.A . Easton, Maryland
1989 Internship – William Bastida, Architect
Draftsperson for gas line layouts for all towns in Southwestern Virginia west of Radford
Summer 1981 Construction worker on Naval Demagnetization Base