Brittany L. Williams, AIA LEED AP BD+C is a registered architect and educator. Britt's interests lie at the intersection of environmental stewardship and building craft.  

As a project architect at Gardner Architects LLC in Silver Spring, Maryland, Britt currently focuses on a detailed oriented, multidisciplinary approach to the synthesis of sustainable active and passive strategies at the residential scale. Most recently Gardner Architects won an Honor Award from the 2016 AIA Delaware Design Awards and a Citation Award from the 2017 AIA Maryland Excellence in Design Awards for Canal House, a new house located in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware on the Intracoastal Waterway.  Britt served as the project architect for this sustainably minded home.  Her previous professional experiences include a broad range of institutional projects from government buildings to schools and churches. 

Britt currently teaches design studios in the School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at the University of Maryland, College Park.  Many of Britt’s academic pursuits, including her experiences with the Solar Decathlon, an international design-build collegiate competition, have centered in the integration of environmental stewardship in the architectural curriculum.  Britt served as one of the faculty advisers for the WaterShed, the University of Maryland's first place entry into Solar Decathlon 2011.  In 2013, Britt was based at Peking University in Beijing where she served as the competition manager for Solar Decathlon China 2013, sponsored by the US Department of Energy and the People’s Republic of China National Energy Administration. 

See Britt's full CV here.