According to Amber, she is hopeful for our future as more architects are discovering the issues our environment is facing while learning how to be a part of the solution. At Soto Architecture & Urban Design, we are committed to furthering sustainability, and we value the role it plays in our profession, which is why we encourage our team members and peers to be a part of this conversation.
If you want to learn more about Robbs’ thesis on Adaptive Reuse and the transformative use of Mass Timber click here: Sustainability Through Adaptation: Reimagining Existing Spaces with Mass Timber Construction.
Great Job Amber and the best of luck!
The renovation at 22 Light Street in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is nearing the halfway point. With an expected completion date of March 2021, the structure originally known as the Lanahan Building, will begin its next life serving as affordable residences for 40 families within the downtown district.
Through a highly collaborative effort with Dantes Partners, Gilbane Development Company, Carding Group, and HSCDC, Livingston Place at Southern Avenue is set to be completed in March 2021.
At 1201 Jefferson Street, the team at Soto seeks to create a natural oasis within Washington, DC. As Soto’s first condo project, 1201 Jefferson incorporates a diversity of units, unique exterior design decisions, and an overarching concept of biophilic design, which together make for high-quality long term housing for DC residents.