More Green Architecture For Sustainable Beauty
Jan 29, 2016 04:47PM
William G. Dohe AIA, Karen W. Ramsey AIA, Ryan G. Welty AIA
R+D Architecture of Easton has been retained to provide a sustainable design for the former Stegmaier Bottling House in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The building which was once used to provide beverages to the local community, is being re-imagined as a hub for businesses in the new economy - tech, bio-tech, medical, and e-commerce. Now in their 15th year of designing beautiful and functional spaces, R+D emphasizes sustainability as one of its core values and was an early adaptor of the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) guidelines for green design and construction.
“We love to design buildings, homes, and work spaces that people love and care about”, states co-Founder William Dohe. “We especially love to design projects to be as green and sustainable as possible and even though we call ourselves “modern” we love old buildings, and love preserving, adapting, and rehabilitating them. Whatever the “style,” we strive to make it beautiful. We love working closely with our clients to understand what they are all about. We also source local materials as much as possible. People hire us, and come back again and again, because we really help them make good decisions.”
Location: 230 Ferry St., Easton PA. For more information or to schedule a residential or commercial consultation, call 610-253-5220 or visit RDArchitecture.com. See ad page 22.