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Stacey Wiseman


Associate Principal




P 859.519.3148

Stacey has 20 years of experience in all areas of the architectural design process, from the earliest inklings of a project need to the completion of an entire campus or facility. She has been dedicated to planning and designing justice facilities since 2008, which includes a Kentucky Statewide Master Plan, Williamson County Adult Detention Center, and the Warrenville Juvenile Justice Campus Addition & Renovation.

She understands that sharing project information with all team members leads to project success. She is known for clearly communicating nuances and complexities and meticulously capturing details on goals and objectives that invariably lead to better project outcomes. Stacey brings a passion for justice facility architecture, combined with years of experience, that makes her drive and skills a great asset to every project she works on.

Get to know Stacey

What is your favorite building or landmark?

Standing between the two wings of the Salk Institute and watching the southern California light interact with the forms of Kahn’s architecture was unbelievable. It’s incredibly calming to see the concrete forms catch the light while on the plaza that extends out to the ocean.

Whenever I’m in New York City, I love to head to Queens to the Noguchi Museum. The dichotomy between the unassuming exterior in the middle of Queens and the calming museum with simple materials, beautiful sculptures and surprising interior courtyard is perfect.

What do you like to do outside of work?

I love traveling and eating out with my family, walking through cities, figuring out the best place for dinner in a new city and enjoying the experience, and wandering in museums.

What is the best part of your job?

I absolutely love the beginning of a project: first meeting the client, hearing their needs, learning what they want, and then translating their practical and lofty goals into a program, narrative, and initial concepts.

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