Virginia Bailey

Architectural Designer, Assistant Planner

Ms. Bailey is a dedicated student; her primary focus during her studies has been on sustainability and how to create spaces that are not only delightful for the user but are also resilient and supportive of the environment. She received her certification as a Passive House consultant in the spring of 2018 and is using it both professionally, to consult those who wish to build their homes to a higher-efficiency standard, as well as academically, as a teaching assistant in the Passive House course at the university. This has been her third position as a teaching assistant in an environmental course associated with architecture.She hopes to have even more teaching opportunities in the future.

Virginia also enjoys traveling for leisure and academia. Having studied as an exchange student in France for a year of high school, in college she studied kinetic architecture in Vancouver, British Columbia. There she learned animation and increased 3D modeling skills to add to her growing knowledge of rendering, hand and digital media, and graphic design.

Ms. Bailey will graduate from the University of Oregon in 2019 with a Bachelor of Architecture as well as two minors in Interior Architecture and French. She has been working for over a year and a half as an intern in the Eugene office for The UC and will continue as a full-time employee upon graduation.