Reatig, Suzane

Suzane Reatig

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Education

  • The Technion Haifa, Israel (The High Institute of Technology in Israel), Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Urban Planning, 1970-1975

Years of practice

1975–

Affiliations/Firms

  • Suzane Reatig Architecture

Professional organizations

  • Became AIA fellow in 2002

Related websites


Keywords

District of Columbia, Washington D.C., institutional, residential

Biography

Early life and education

The Technion Haifa, Israel (The High Institute of Technology in Israel), Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Urban Planning, 1970-1975.

Major Buildings and Projects

Metropolitan Community Church, Washington, DC (completed 1993)

Lakeforest Transit Center, Gaithersburg, MD (completed 1997)

424-434 N Street Townhouse, Washington, DC (completed 2004)

Glasgow Road Single Family Residence, Alexandria, VA (completed 2005)

442+444 N Street Multifamily Housing, Washington, DC (completed 2006)

Ashland Avenue Multifamily Housing, Baltimore, MD (completed 2006)

O Street Townhouse, Washington, DC (completed 2006)

7th Street Mixed-Use Housing, Washington, DC (completed 2007)

Ridge Street Townhouse, Washington, DC (completed 2007)

623 M Street Multifamily Housing, Washington, DC (completed 2011)

Rhode Island Avenue Multifamily Housing, Washington, DC (completed 2012)

The United House of Prayer for All People, Hattiesburg, MS (completed 2012)

Charlotte Housing, Charlotte, NC (completed 2013)

10th Street Lofts, Washington, DC (completed 2014)

Press and Awards

Van Uffelen, Chris. Apartment Architecture, Braun Publishing AG, 2013.

Dietsch, Deborah K. “Designing Women,” Washington Business Journal 5 April 2013 .

Easter, Eric. “House of Prayer/House of Style,” Ebony May 13, 2009 <http://www.ebonymagazine.com/culture/design/index.aspx?id=12972>.

Forgey, Benjamin. “Bold and Beautiful,” Washington Business Journal Onsite Magazine Fall 2010: 9-11.

Kliment, Stephen A. “Labor of Love,” Architectural Record October 1993: 78-83.

Muschamp, Herbert. “A Sanctuary, Yes, but This is Not a Place to Hide,” New York Times 28 November 1993: H 37.

Full biblio: http://media.wix.com/ugd//87dfd1_11c08b739dd2b3728686cb01ad88c9d2.pdf

Full list of awards: http://media.wix.com/ugd/87dfd1_37a2f03ede6a1127f0edbd497efb9309.pdf

Writings

Reatig, Suzane. “Elemental Simplicity,” Transcending Architecture: Contemporary Views on Sacred Space, ed. Julio Bermudez. Washington: Catholic University of America, 2015.