opsis architecture

Lindsay Furlong


Lindsay Furlong brings 16 years of architectural experience in cultural, educational and residential projects. She blends a deep passion for sustainable building techniques and standards with an in-depth understanding of local jurisdiction to create responsive, enduring architecture. Currently, she is working on the Pacific University’s Stoller Center Renovation and Addition.

Prior to joining Opsis, Lindsay worked as an architect in San Francisco. While here, she worked on a number of notable projects, including the LEED-NC Platinum San Francisco Exploratorium, an adaptive reuse that transformed a historic warehouse on the waterfront into a public learning laboratory.

Lindsay earned a Bachelors of Architecture from California Polytechnic State University. She is a licensed architect in the State of California and is currently working towards accreditation in Oregon.