Pierce Tallichet, LEED Green Associate

Architectural Intern
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Pierce Tallichet, LEED Green Associate

Architectural Intern

A homegrown product of Lincoln, Pierce joined BVH in January, 2017 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Design from the University of Nebraska’s College of Architecture. While attending the university, he played an active role in the college through participation in AIAS and his seat on the Student Advisory Board.

Pierce’s passion for design stems from his interest in the natural and built environment. He has always been fascinated by the natural environment, with its innate ability to sculpt the most beautiful of places no matter the atmosphere or setting. Creating a symbiotic relationship between this and the built aspects of the world is a tremendous opportunity to positively affect and construct a sustainable future. Additionally, he is actively pursuing a niche in the construction and fabrication of products within the realm of architecture.

Outside the workplace, Pierce enjoys staying active through his running club Team Nebraska, spending time outdoors and attending concerts with friends. He appreciates all seasons for the activities they bring, especially skiing, and enjoys traveling to new places to experience their environments and cultures.

 

What is the favorite place you have visited?
Amsterdam, Netherlands

What are you optimistic about?
I am optimistic about the world shifting to a more human-centered and active environment where social interaction and experience are essential parts of communities.

How do you engage your community?
I engage in the community through activities, lectures, and discussions at UNL’s College of Architecture, participating in races that benefit charitable causes and supporting Husker athletics.

What is your area of interest or research?
I am interested in sustainability, the relationship between landscape and architecture, and product fabrication.

What is your inspiration?
I gain inspiration through people, places, and ideas, working and conversing with other designers who are passionate about their interests.