“The marriage of beauty and functionality is essential in all aspects of design.” — Isabelle Bogran
Inspired by travel, Isabelle’s designs are influenced by places she has discovered both near and far.
Isabelle joined the team in 2015 with a solid understanding of creating spaces that are beautiful to be in and that enhance the experiences of those that encounter them. In previous years, Isabelle worked as an intern at Sanders Architecture, where she took part in a handful of projects, and collaborated with the team in design charettes, making models and drafting. Prior to her start at Sanders Architecture, Isabelle spent time at AS.Architecture Studio in Paris, France where she worked on urban and architectural projects and competitions for the city of Paris Metro System, University of Bordeaux and the city of Chartres.
Born and raised in Houston, Texas, Isabelle received a bachelor’s degree of architecture from the The University of Texas at Austin. In 2013 she served as a teaching assistant and later as a program coordinator for two consecutive years at the UT Summer Academy in Architecture. In her final year of college, Isabelle was a design assistant for award-winning professor Milovanovic-Bertram.
While at UT, Isabelle was a recipient of the UT School of Architecture Advisory Council Women’s Endowed Scholarship, the Mebane International Travel Scholarship and the Tim G. Rogers Endowed Scholarship.
One of Isabelle’s favorite structures are the iconic Moon Towers scattered throughout Austin that evoke a sense of wonder and symbolize the city’s rich history and willingness to embrace progress.