Anne-Flore P. Dwyer​​​​​​​
Anne-Flore is a licensed Architect in California. She completed her Bachelors in Architecture at the University of Southern California. She founded Ecosense Designs in 2009 and focused her services on residential and commercial remodels in Kirkwood, CA.. She then went to work at Ward-Young Architecture and Planning in Truckee, CA. While at Ward-Young Architects she completed her licensing and worked on a range of commercial projects. Her experience includes:
-Campus and facilities Master Planning
-Public and Private School Design and Remodel
-Ski resort expansion and remodel
-Public Utilities Administrative and Facilities Building Development
-Retail and service design and remodel
-Residential design and remodel
CLICK HERE to see projects Anne-Flore worked on while at Ward-Young Architects.
Anne-Flore is passionate about designing buildings and communities which will improve peoples lives while reducing our impacts on the natural environment. She strives to integrate efficient space planning in order to reduce overall space and material requirements, maximizing passive and active design strategies,  and careful material selection in order to create sustainable, resilient, and holistic buildings.
Anne-Flore was a volunteer fire fighter with the Kirkwood Volunteer Fire Department for 6 years where she discovered her love for helping people at times when they are most in need. She is currently working on applying her knowledge as an Architect to create housing concepts to help redevelop homes for those who have lost everything due to natural disasters. 
Anne-Flore enjoys exploring the mountains, lakes and streams which surround her home through many different means including; hiking, skiing, swimming, sailing, and rock climbing.