Point B Design Group is a woman-owned and led architecture firm specializing in a holistic approach to design. PBDG's goal is to create elegant solutions to client requirements by collaborating with essential team members and leveraging the most current technology. Our process delivers an open and transparent collaboration between architect, builder, and client. This leads to a seamless transition between documentation and construction. Point B Design Group’s main focus is our client’s satisfaction by streamlining the design and construction process and minimizing stress of construction - ultimately arriving at Point B successfully.
Principal Architect & Owner
Maggie comes from an engineer father and ceramic artist mother with an uncle who trained under one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s proteges in the 1950s. Maggie has loved the art and science of architecture since she was young. She made her way to Austin shortly after graduating with a Bachelors of Architecture from University of Arizona in 2009. Wylie launched Point B Design Group in 2015 with the mission of delivering an enjoyable and streamlined client experience by pursuing a better synergy between design and construction. With her background in design-build and construction project management, Wylie recognizes the importance of pursuing design solutions that are founded on candid conversations about the realities of budget, construction process and client requirements. By using the most current technology, like virtual reality and digital 3-D modeling, she is able to provide clear communication with the client and create efficiencies in the design process. Wylie has grown PBDG from a concept to a successful and expanding practice with a team of great employees and many pleased clients. She is excited for the future of PBDG and the privilege to design buildings that respond to clients’ desires and weave into the fabric of the rapidly expanding built environment of Austin and beyond.
Aixa Sola, LEED AP
Aixa was born in Bayamón, Puerto Rico. Her childhood pastime was drawing but her interest in architecture really started during her high school years while attending the League of Art of San Juan on the weekends. She completed her Master’s degree in architecture at the University of Puerto Rico in 2009 and started building her career as a designer by working in various Puerto Rican architectural firms. In 2011 her passion for sustainable projects lead her to join Commissioning Agents PR as a LEED AP and commissioning consultant. Here she worked overseeing the installation of building systems while collaborating in the project management for a wide variety of projects, including educational, institutional, medical and hospitality. In December of 2015, she moved to Austin Texas to work as a designer. Since then she has worked for local architecture firms gaining experience in all phases of design and construction of residential architecture.
Before making her way to Austin in 2016, Julia lived in Alabama. Originally from Birmingham, she studied architecture at Auburn University where she attended Auburn's renowned Rural Studio. While at Rural Studio, she lived and worked with three other individuals for over two years to both design and build the Lions Park Shade Pavilions on a 42 acre park for the underserved community of Greensboro in rural West Alabama. Since moving to Austin, Julia has gained experience from local firms working in both design and construction on various residential projects.
Hailing from St. Petersburg, Florida, Maddy has lived in a handful of major cities around the world including Copenhagen, New York, Paris, San Francisco, Chicago, and now Austin! Her original background in painting & sculpture began her interest in design. She completed her Master’s degree at the Yale School of Architecture with two finalist projects nominated for the Feldman Prize. After Yale, Maddy worked for the global company Gehl, blending social science and design to come up with unique human-scale strategies. She always designs with people's needs in mind. Her wide-ranging skill set in addition to architectural design includes furniture design, experience design, community building, data analysis, wine tasting, gardening, dog walking and chicken keeping.