Principal Architect
Tracy A. Stone, AIA

Tracy founded her firm, Tracy A. Stone Architect, in 1991 in Los Angeles,  California. The firm offers expertise in both commercial and residential construction with  an emphasis on environmentally sensitive design. Tracy is a member of the US Green  Building Council and has been a LEED Accredited Professional in Building Design and

Construction since 2003. She brings to her architectural practice a working knowledge of  sustainable strategies, technologies and materials.

In addition to her practice, Tracy has served on the Pasadena Green Ribbon Committee  and the Los Angeles Green Building Technical Advisory Committee, helping both cities to  develop and implement Green Building Codes. Tracy is currently the Political Outreach  Director for the Architecture for Communities Los Angeles (ACLA) and the Vice-President  of the Association for Women in Architecture and Design (AWA+D). She served as chair  of the Angeleno Heights HPOZ Board from 1997-2002 and as co-chair of the LA AIA GO!  Committee in 2022 and of the Committee on the Environment (COTE) in 2010. In 2008,  Tracy co-founded the Elysian Valley Arts Collective, a non-profit arts organization, and  she has acted as president of the organization since inception.

Tracy taught environmental design at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena from  1997 – 2006 and in the Interior Architecture Department at Woodbury University from  2000 – 2015.

Tracy received a bachelor’s degree with distinction in Art History from Cornell University in  New York and a Masters in Architecture from the University of Texas at Austin where she  was awarded the Alpha Rho Chi Bronze Medal for student accomplishment. Tracy was  licensed as an Architect by the State of California in 1989. She has designed a variety of  projects including a number of small lot subdivisions and custom homes, an elderly board  and care facility, a battered women’s center, television production offices and several  animal kennels. One of these, the North Central Animal Services Center for the City of  Los Angeles (designed in collaboration with ChoyAssociates), has received LEED Gold  Certification from the US Green Building Council. Tracy’s work has won numerous design  awards including an Award of Merit from the Pasadena/Foothill chapter of the AIA, the  “Best Green Building of 2007” award from California Construction Magazine, and an  “Exceptional Achievement Award” from the Southern California Development Forum.  Tracy was named “Woman of the Year” in 2015 for Elysian Valley by Congressman Adam  Schiff, and an “Impact-Maker to Watch” for 2019 by Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell and  Stratiscope. Publications include Dream Homes, Voyage LA, March Magazine, LA  Architect Magazine, Architectural Record, and the LA Times.

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