Ziger/Snead, a leading Baltimore-based architecture firm, is delighted to announce the recent addition of three designers, as well as the promotion of Douglas Bothner and Daniel Carter to Senior Associates.
Doug provides client-focused design solutions for many of Ziger/Snead’s cultural and residential projects. His project highlights include two award-winning private residences, the Woodvalley House and River House; Gilman School Carey Hall Renovation and Addition; and multiple projects for Obrycki’s restaurants. He is currently leading the design and management of the Maryland 9/11 Memorial, to be unveiled this September, and is part of the design team for major renovations at the Baltimore Museum of Art. Doug actively supports many arts and community organizations and currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Contemporary Museum.
Dan has been a leader in the design and management of many of Ziger/Snead’s institutional and residential projects including: the New Academic Center at Julia Rogers for Goucher College; The Center for Parks & People Foundation at Auchentoroly Terrace; and Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing Addition. Dan is integral to the design team for major renovations at the Baltimore Museum of Art. His advanced understanding of technology has informed Ziger/Snead’s comprehensive use of Building Information Modeling for a more efficient and effective design and documentation process.
“We’ve been thrilled by the leadership and design excellence both Dan and Doug have brought to the studio,” says founding partner, Steve Ziger. “They have truly embraced the Ziger/Snead dedication to quality, collaboration, and superior service.”
Ziger/Snead has recently added three designers to the studio: Miharu Morimoto, Jeremy Chinnis and Katherine LePage. Miharu and Jeremy recently completed their Masters of Architecture at Georgia Institute of Technology and University of Virginia respectively. Katherine LePage joins the team after six years at a local architecture firm, bringing a technology-rich approach to design and documentation of institutional and cultural projects. Katherine received her Masters of Architecture from Washington University in St. Louis, cum laude.