Marilia Rodrigues brings multiple voices and talents together to create design solutions that achieve high technical aspirations.
In more than 15 years at KieranTimberlake, Marilia has worked to synthesize many voices into a single vision on award-winning projects including the Edgar N. Putman Pavilion and the Master Plan for the Central Delaware. She is currently overseeing several projects that transform of the East End of the Washington University Campus in St. Louis, including an addition to the art and architecture school, an expansion of the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, two new multi-use buildings, and an underground parking facility.
Prior to working on Washington University, Marilia was Associate in Charge of Dilworth Park, a four-acre park and transit hub at Philadelphia's City Hall that features two, 18-foot pavilions made entirely of self-supporting glass. She also led renovation and addition of Pendleton West at Wellesley College, and was the Project Architect for Loblolly House, an ambitious experiment in off-site fabrication that saw her pilot the use of BIM software and explore the potential of parametric modeling.
Marilia has taught architecture at Philadelphia University and participated in lectures and juries at the University of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania State University, and the Catholic University of America. Her writing has been featured in publications including the AIA Architectural Graphic Standards, 11th Edition and the National Institute of Building Sciences's Journal of Building Information Modeling.