Rebecca A. Whitlow, AIA, NCARB, LEED Green Associate  

President, Architect

Rebecca Whitlow, founder and owner of Revolutionary Architecture (REVO), is a licensed architect in the state of Alabama and the state of Tennessee. She is a Muscle Shoals, Alabama native, and resides in Birmingham, Alabama. Her passion to draw and paint inspired her career pursuit of creating in a spatial and structural sense.


Rebecca received dual degrees from Auburn University's College of Architecture Design & Construction - Bachelor of Architecture and Bachelor of Interior Architecture.  Studying abroad in Rome, Italy and participating in Auburn University's Urban Studio program enriched her educational experience.  Through Urban Studio, Rebecca and her colleagues played an instrumental role in the revitalization, development, and growth of downtown Birmingham, Alabama.  Some of these community planning developments include Railroad Park and the Lakeview District's mixed-use hub.


Rebecca has completed residential, commercial, industrial, retail, corporate, institutional, healthcare, restaurant, and educational projects.  She also has experience in community planning.  Rebecca's role as an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Subject Matter Expert demonstrates her expertise in accessible design. Rebecca brings an interesting perspective as she has served in a global corporate client role.  She takes special interest in client needs, schedule, budget, and attention to detail.

Community Involvement

Rebecca serves as an American Institute of Architects Councilor for the Birmingham, Alabama chapter. She is also a member of the N2 Architecture committee where she educates students about the architectural profession. Rebecca enjoys involvement in her local church, spending time with family and friends, golfing, and Auburn football.