Breah Page received her Bachelor of Architecture with distinction and minor in Interior Design from the University of Oklahoma but has spent her professional career living and working in Chicago. Her architectural experience ranges from classroom renovations and campus improvements for higher education clients to large scale civic and master-planning projects like the renovation and redevelopment of Wrigley Field. Additionally, she has a range of experience working on adaptive reuse and historic preservation projects. Breah finds purpose and perspective exploring architecture’s ability to reinforce culture and community and believes collaborative communication with project stakeholders is vital to give a voice to those most affected by development and design. She is excited to continue this meaningful work at LBBA working on affordable multi-family housing and cultural projects.
Breah actively serves as the President of the ACE Mentor Program Associate Board. She has mentored and filled the role as team leader for over 11 years, serving Chicago-area high school students interested in the AEC industry and promoting diversity within the design community. Outside of architectural design, Breah is working to craft a full baking portfolio of French pastries and enjoys producing environmental graphics and prints.