Izzy Savage

Izzy Savage

Growing up in Goleta Izzy first developed a love of architecture by observing the dynamic and complicated habitats in nature. While studying Architecture, Landscape, and Interiors at Otis College of Art and Design, she became more interested in the impact of architecture on communities and social interaction. Her dedication to all things architecture allowed her to receive her BFA and the honor of 2016 valedictorian.

Izzy is most inspired by the projects she’s worked on that further benefit the communities around her. While in school, she was fortunate enough to compete in the Los Angeles Business Council Julius Shulman Emerging Talent Competition which allowed her to design an engaging community center in place of a trolley maintenance yard in South Park, Los Angeles. Izzy was also able to work with Junior Blind, a school for young students with disabilities, where she helped design and install sculptures focused on creating auditory and tactile experiences for the visually impaired.

Want to find Izzy outside of the office? She might be out photographing the world, exploring cities or sketching.