Telissa Lueckenotte Molano
AIA, RID, NCARB, LEED BD+C, CNU-A
University of Kansas School of Architecture and Urban Design
National Council of Architectural Registration Board and IDP Certification
Licensed Texas Architect #18224
Licensed Texas Interior Designer #36684
LEED Certified BD+C
Congress of New Urbanism Accredited CNU-A
Studies at the European Institute of Architecture and Planning – Rouen, France
Studies at the École Cammondo for Urban Housing – Paris, France
Redline Architecture; Laredo, TX
Collins, Reisenbichler Architects | Perkins + Will; Dallas, TX
Berkebile, Nelson, Immenschuh & McDowell Architects; Kansas City, MO
Formation & President of Laredo Cultural District (4 years)
Board member Casa de Misericordia (8 years)
Board Member Laredo Theater Guild International (10 years)
Member Laredo AIA (including board member + Past President)
Telissa Lueckenotte Molano was born and raised outside of Kansas City, MO, is a graduate of the University of Kansas School of Architecture and Urban Design with studies in both Rouen and Paris, France. After working in two major architectural firms and having migrated South down Interstate 35, she met her husband Juan in Dallas, TX. She worked independently for two years prior to founding Redline Architecture in 2003. With studies abroad and now living in the southern sector of the U.S., she has learned importance of cultural difference in the environment + sensitivity to regional preferences. She is also a registered interior designer.
Twenty-five years' experience with design in hospitals + medical facilities, government services administration (GSA) and professional offices, tenant finish-outs, retail, industrial + warehouses, FF+E coordination and space planning. She has worked within larger metropolitan firms of 50 people along with managing a private practice. She is knowledgeable in codes and working with city to secure permitting, plan review meetings with State of Texas Licensing and Regulation for Medical Facility licensure, extensive construction administration experience including contract work with HUD and contract work with Perkins + Will, Dallas for hospital construction documents. Along with managing office personnel, invoicing, compiling marketing and request for qualifications, as well as proposals and meeting budget, environmental concerns. She continued to design, plan and draft. She gives additional time to organizations such as Casa de Misericordia + Laredo Theater Guild International. In 2019, she became a founding member of the Laredo Cultural District and currently is President.
She loves space planning, making and drinking coffee, has hired staff, organized teams, coordinates consultants, construction administration, renders, creates budgets + proposals, administrative duties and bookkeeping and anything related to the production of architecture. With the desire and need to be personally involved, personally she has committed to her community in keeping art and culture visible and accessible for all.