Tiffany Farley

Associate AIA, LEED Green Associate, Design Project Manager

Project Responsibility

Design, Document Production

A Little About Me

I grew up in the Pacific Northwest and have a strong appreciation for the outdoors. I love hiking, biking, long-boarding and going camping. Currently I’m training for my black belt in Taekwondo and teaching it to my kids throughout the week.


Ms. Farley joined OAI in 2017. Since joining the firm she has made important contributions to office projects, developing a special expertise in quality documentation, as well as applying the principals of ecological design to typical small commercial projects. Her passion is Sustainable Design, with a special interest in Net Zero construction. Her work on renovation projects has enabled her to focus on bringing older, less efficient buildings back into useful life.


Portland State University, Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies, Portland, OR – 2014


I enjoy martial arts, yoga, outdoor sports, interior design and spending time with my family.


Central Point, Oregon

Representative Projects:

Timbercrest Motel, La Pine, OR
A 25 room addition to an existing two story motel building, as well as rebranding the property and renovating the existing public spaces

St. Mark’s Church Parish Hall Addition, Medford, OR
A $1.7 million addition to the facility that replaces a parish hall constructed during World War II, as well as providing new classrooms and office spaces.

Southern Oregon Multiple Listing Service, Medford, OR
Work with MLS to reconfigure the two existing buildings they own to provide an office configuration to better serve members, as well as a larger and better equipped education space.

Lincoln Meadows, Grants Pass, OR
Helped develop the unit and building plans for this 52 unit low-income residential
project, where townhouses are grouped in buildings with three to five units designed to look like a large manor house

Yreka Travel Plaza, Yreka, CA
7,900 sf convenience store with two food franchises, trucker showers and lounge,
and gas and diesel pumps and canopies. Project occupies a 5-acre site adjacent to
Interstate 5

K-Mart Building, Roseburg, OR
Redevelopment of the site and the existing building to provide additional retail
opportunities in pad sites, as well as repurposing and subdividing the existing building for multiple tenants