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Join Laura Baggett, AIA, for a conversation with Erica Keast Heroy, AIA at Noon Coffee.

From Houston originally, Erica Heroy comes from the family of a machine designer/ inventor, a classical musician, and some wild entrepreneurial spirit. This practice was born out of that spirit with a drive for putting things together in a lovely and practical way.

Formative years spent at firms like Tsao & McKown in NYC and Glassman Shoemake Maldonado in Houston have inspired a practice built on exceptional design and great client relationships.  Those firms also gave her an interest in staying power, tradition, appropriateness, and an excitement of where old and new meet.

The last few years, it has been her pleasure to collaborate on projects of different styles, sizes, and budgets and see them through construction. While her practice is rooted in architecture, the firm has a strong aesthetic for interior design and she enjoys the process of layering on style, color, and texture.

Erica Heroy graduated from the University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture in 2001, was registered by the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners in 2007, and joined the AIA in 2014.