Associate Professor (Faculty Leave of Absence 2012-2013)
M.Arch., University of Notre Dame; B.S. in Architecture, University of Virginia
Ashley Robbins, AIA, ASID is an architect and interior designer that has specialized in historic preservation since 1991. She started her career as the Assistant Architect for Thomas Jefferson's Academical Village and continued as a partner in a rural practice before working in Washington DC for the preservation firm Oehrlein & Associates Architects. While in DC she worked as the HP project architect for Dumbarton Oaks, the Lincoln and Washington Monument concession kiosks, Val-Kill, Eleanor Roosevelt's Home in Hyde Park and the United States Holocaust Museum Café renovation. She continues to consult on many of these projects.
Her main interests are new interventions within historic contexts and preservation master planning. Other focuses are building material deterioration and construction details. She teaches the theory course, preservation studio and administration and management.
Professor Robbins received a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Virginia in 1991 and a Master of Architecture from University of Notre Dame in 1997. She is licensed in Virginia and New York.