Heather Little, AIA, NCARB

Architect

Growing up in a rural Vermont town without many tall buildings, Heather was fascinated by big cities and their tall structures. She invested in that attraction by attending Northeastern University, where she achieved her BS in Architecture. She further engaged her love of old buildings by receiving her Master of Preservation Studies along with a Master of Architecture from Tulane in New Orleans.  

Heather’s fascination is now her career as she specializes in preservation or adaptive reuse of historic projects, though she also has experience in healthcare, education, multifamily and commercial design. She prefers to envision how an existing structure can be remade for a new and different use. In New Orleans, she has her work cut out for her with its rich, historic architecture ripe for reuse.

Outside of the office, Heather loves sports, especially soccer, which she’s played since she was a child. She also enjoys running and has completed several half marathons in the Northeast and the South.