Position title: Lecturer
Alissa Santurri was born in Seoul, South Korea and grew up in Southern Minnesota. She found her way to Wisconsin as a Badger and graduated from the UW-Landscape Architecture program with her BS in 2010. She has been working locally the profession since that time and has recently celebrated her 10-year work anniversary at Flad Architects. She received her Healthcare Garden Design Certificate from the Chicago Botanical Gardens in 2014 and continues to work in healthcare to help hospitals further their goal of improving outcomes in their exterior environments.
Alissa lives in West Middleton, WI with her Husband, Philip, daughter, Isabelle and two dogs, Kirby and Moxie. Aside from working as an LA she runs a small woodworking business that focuses on empowering minority woman to explore and monetize the fine art of woodturning. She also enjoys camping, exercise, baking and all things crafty.
Confidential Innovation Development Center: International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineers (ISPE) Facility of the Year Award 2020
UF Health Heart & Vascular Hospital and UF Health Neuromedicine Hospital: Four Green Globes 2017, Healthcare Design Magazine “Connecting Nature to Architecture” 2018
UW Health at the American Center: WIASLA Award of Excellence 2015
The Stream – Edgewood College Visual and Theatre Arts:
IB Commercial Design Awards Project of the Year, Best Medium Project and Best Green-Built project 2013