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Sophie Aliece Hollis

Sophie Aliece Hollis is a New York-based design writer who has leveraged a formal architectural education to serve various roles at the intersection of design and media. Since studying architecture at the University of Texas at Austin, she has held editorial positions at Texas Architect Magazine and The Architect’s Newspaper. After serving as Market Editor for the ladder, she went on to pursue freelance writing for various international design outlets, including Whitewall, Architectural Digest, Azure, and Galerie. Sophie Aliece currently serves as an editorial strategist for New York-based communications consultancy, Chapter, in addition to continued writing and interior design pursuits.

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