Elizabeth Rexrode received her Bachelor of Architecture form Carnegie Mellon University in 1989.  She began her Architectural training in the offices of Studio PRAS, successor firm to Pier Luigi Nervi Studio (Rome, Italy).  Elizabeth pursued post-baccalaureate studies in Studio Art at the University of Texas at Austin and established Studio B, Elizabeth Rexrode Architect in Austin Texas.  During her 11-year tenure at Gluckman Mayner Architects she was named an Associate and was responsible for the overall project effort from Pre-Design through Construction on a wide range of project types and sizes including the Austin Museum of Art; Luhring Augustine, Andrea Rosen and Paula Cooper Galleries; Second Stage Theatre (in collaboration with Rem Koolhaas) and various other commercial and residential projects.  In addition to practicing architecture Elizabeth has also taught at the Princeton University School of Architecture. Elizabeth is a licensed architect, registered in New York and New Jersey, and NCARB certified.

Michael Chirigos received a Bachelor of Art from George Washington University in 1987 and Masters in Architecture from the University of Texas at Austin in 1994.  From 1995 to 2001 Michael was responsible for residential, commercial and institutional projects and an Associate at Buttrick White and Burtis Architects. Michael established Michael Chirigos Architect in 2001 which subsequently became Rexrode Chirigos Architects. The work of Michael Chirigos Architect included commercial, institutional and residential commissions. Michael is a licensed architect, registered in New York.