Two WER Architects Receive AIA Licenses

Posted on 02.22.19

WER Architects/Planners is pleased to announce that Benjamin Gregory in our Little Rock office and Elizabeth Stinnett in our Northwest Arkansas office, have both received their AIA designations from the State of Arkansas and are now a registered architects.

Ben is an architect with 6 years of experience on projects ranging from small high-end residential renovations to large multi-building institutional projects and joined the WER team in 2018. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Maryland and a Master of Architecture from the University of Virginia, where he was a 2015 William R. Kenan Fellow at the School of Architecture. After graduation he spent time in Philadelphia working for an architecture firm on several institutional projects nationwide. A strong interest in woodworking, a keen sense of economy and efficiency in design, and a sensitivity to the intersections of the constructed and natural environments all influence his approach to the practice of architecture.

Elizabeth has been an intern architect with WER since 2017. She grew up in Siloam Springs where she cultivated an early interest in design and how people use and perceive space. Elizabeth received her Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Arkansas and when not designing buildings, she enjoys experiencing and travelling the world. During her studies, Elizabeth got the opportunity to work with Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art on the fabrication of a pavilion that is the entrance to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Bachman Wilson House. Through this she learned metal fabrication, welding, wood construction, and numerous other skills that have informed her design and understanding of architecture.