Georgia Bizios has practiced architecture since 1976 as a consultant to architectural firms and individual clients in Minnesota, Louisiana, and North Carolina. Her professional experience includes residential, commercial, and planning projects. She founded Bizios Architect in 1990 with a focus on residential architecture. Under her leadership, the firm has completed a significant number of built projects, including custom homes, additions, and renovations.
Her academic career began at Tulane University in 1974, where she taught architecture for twelve years. She has been a member of the architecture faculty at North Carolina State University since 1986. Her teaching and research interests include architectural design, site and sustainability issues, user involvement in design, principles of architectural design, and theories of placemaking. She has served as an associate dean at both Tulane and NC State.
Georgia holds a master of architecture from the University of Oregon, a bachelor of architecture from the University of Minnesota, and a bachelor of arts from Colby College. She is a registered architect in North Carolina, Louisiana, Tennessee, and Virginia, and she is certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. She is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and a Distinguished Professor of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture.