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Sina Meier


As an emerging professional, Sina has been involved in various public and education projects, assisting during all phases of design and construction. She has been part of multiple fast-paced team efforts, developing holistic, well-coordinated, and creative design solutions. Recently, she worked on the new Bonnie J. Ford Health, Nursing, and Science Center at Umpqua Community College, as well as Pacific University’s Washburne Hall renovation. Sina is currently working on the renovation/addition of the Oak Hills Recreation Center.

Sina earned a Master of Architecture from the University of Oregon and a Bachelor of Art in Fine Arts with a focus on Sculpture from Portland State University. While in her Master’s program, Sina participated in the Portland Urban Projects Workshop program to develop The Portland River Plan Urban Design Studies.

In her spare time, she is an avid furniture designer and fabricator. She was recently recognized for functional and innovative design by ShowPDX. She is also a volunteer with the Architectural Foundation of Oregon Architects in Schools Program.

email: sina@opsisarch.com