Born and raised in Portland, Oregon, Angie Amato Wieland is proud to live in the Pacific Northwest and contribute to the built environment of her hometown. Angie prides herself on her relationships with her clients, listening and responding to their wants and needs and incorporating them into their homes. Angie's inspiration comes from her everyday life, education, and appreciation for the world around her, from large landscapes down to minute details. Thoughtful, timeless design should be accessible to everyone, and Angie's broad range of projects reflects this ideal.
Angie's residential work includes new construction of single family and vacation homes, remodels and additions to existing homes, and interior design. Angie specializes in creating spaces that meet the needs of a modern lifestyle while complementing the appropriate style and character of the house. Through the hands-on learning of remodeling her own 1920s era house, Angie understands the complexities of working on existing homes.
Angie earned a 4-year Presidential Scholarship to the University of Oregon where she graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Architecture degree in 1997. She studied abroad in Rome, Italy during the summer of 1996, followed by two months of travel throughout Europe. Upon graduation, Angie moved back to her hometown of Portland, Oregon, where she has remained. From 1997-2006, Angie worked for local architecture firms focusing primarily on PK-12 education buildings. Angie earned her license to practice architecture in the State of Oregon in 2014.
When not working, Angie stays busy with her husband and two active children. She's inspired by travel and likes to hike, read, knit, kayak, dragonboat, and has run several half-marathons, the Portland Marathon, and the Hood to Coast relay multiple times. Angie has coached youth soccer since 2012 and volunteers at her children's school.