Alexandra Bohler AIA

M. Architecture, 2010, University of Illinois at Chicago
B. Science, Urban and Regional Studies, 2005, Cornell University
Registered Architect 2015, State of Ohio

Alexandra has been with AMA since spring of 2014 and has contributed to a variety of projects. With an undergraduate degree in urban planning, she provides an additional perspective when approaching projects. She has played an important role throughout the design process, from programming and planning to production of drawings. Her attention to detail is a value to the team. She is also an active member of AIA Dayton, including her role as Associate Director for 2013 and 2014.

Notable Projects

Technical and Construction Staff
Bowling Green State University, Huntington Building Renovation
Ohio University, Morton Hall Lecture Rooms Renovation

Project Architect
Ohio State University, Lima Campus, Galvin Hall Restroom Renovation



What is your favorite designed object and why?
The subway, in general, because I think it’s a fantastic way to get around the city for so many reasons. I find it fascinating to move around a city underground and emerge at a new place. They also provide interesting opportunities to design the stations. Lisbon, Portugal, had memorable—and fun—stations.

Why is architecture important to you?
Architecture is important to me because it is something everyone experiences every day. Architects play a very important role in everyone’s well-being and reflect the society and community in which we live.