DOMINIQUE D DAVISON AIA NCARB LEED AP
Dominique honed her design skills in the oﬃces of Cesar Pelli & Associates in New Haven, now Pelli Clarke Pelli Associates, after earning her Master of Architecture from the Yale School of Architecture. Previously
a resident of the San Francisco Bay Area, she received a Bachelor of Art in Architecture from U.C. Berkeley and later worked for Daniel Solomon FAIA.
Having worked on projects all over the country and at all scales, Dominique always strives to craft truly inspiring spaces for clients. The ultimate success of any project depends on open communication and voicing of expectations. Thus, Dominique also performs the critical role of helping the client to clearly define their goals and needs. Dominique has long been dedicated to issues of sustainability and social equity and endeavors to improve people’s lives through better design. This dedication to a better, greener community is reflected in her service work as well. She is a founding member of Women in Design, Kansas City
(co-chair of the History Committee) as well as the founder of the Ecological Urbanism Series and is a current board member of the Heartland Tree Alliance. Dominique is a lecturer and studio critic at the University of Kansas and has also taught at the University of Missouri, Kansas City.