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PRSIC & PRSIC is an architecture and design office in Providence, Rhode Island. With more than 12 years of building and construction experience in both domestic and international markets, we’ve completed a wide array of projects ranging from art installations, single family homes, school prototypes, galleries, hotels, and high-tech manufacturing facilities. The work of the office is currently preoccupied with private residences, collective housing prototypes, alternative development models, and aesthetics within the domestic interior through design objects, including ceramics.

We are a certified Women-Owned Business Enterprise (WBE) in the State of Rhode Island.


50-R Sprague Street #1B
Providence, RI 02907

For work samples or project inquiries, please write to

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Almin Prsic
Principal and Co-Founder

Almin Prsic is an alumnus of both the Rhode Island School of Design and the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Previously, Almin has practiced architecture in the United States, Germany, and Sierra Leone. He is a recipient of numerous awards, including the Frederick Sheldon Traveling Fellowship from the Harvard GSD in support of his research in the Western Balkans.

Almin has previously acted as thesis adviser and course instructor at the Rhode Island School of Design and Northeastern University. He continues to serve as a guest critic at various institutions, including MIT, Yale, Columbia, and Harvard. 

He is a licensed architect in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (Lic. Nr. 51090) and in the State of Rhode Island (Lic. Nr. 4138). 

Cara Liberatore
Principal and Co-Founder

Cara Liberatore received her undergraduate degree in architecture from the University of Pennsylvania before attending the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Prior to collaborating with Almin, Cara worked with MOS Architects and Deborah Berke Partners in New York City. 

Cara is currently teaching architectural design and representation courses at the Rhode Island School of Design, and has previously taught at Northeastern University. She is also a former MacDowell Colony fellow, as well as a recipient of the prestigious Harvard GSD Julia Amory Appleton Fellowship for her research on emergent forms of housing in post-Soviet territories.

She is a licensed architect in the State of Rhode Island (Lic. Nr. 4936). 

Image by  James Jones

Image by James Jones