Amanda Markovic



Amanda is driven by design’s power to transform experience and empower communities in urban centers, the workplace, or academia. Her work includes award-winning projects for the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh including the Teen Hive and Knoxville Branch renovation and the Maya Design headquarters. She is also a co-founder of GBBN’s annual Design Issues Series (DIS). A great communicator who facilitates productive discussions among multiple project stakeholders, Amanda commands the karaoke mic equally well, especially when an 80s power ballad comes over the speakers.

Professional Highlights

Board of Directors, Union Project Board

Leadership Pittsburgh, XXXIX

Panelist, “Adapting Commercial to Residential Building”, ULI Pittsburgh

Panelist, “Architecture and the Value of Design”, AIA International Conversations

Panelist, “How Evolving Building Materials, Tech, And Design Are Positioning Pittsburgh For a Smarter, Sustainable Future”, Invest Pittsburgh


News & Insights

“Our work is to provide compelling spaces that are rooted in the vision of the community that it serves. Architecture and the spaces that are shaped by it, have an opportunity to improve lives, inspire and evoke curiosity, and promote joy.” - Amanda Markovic