Baltimore, Md. – February 27, 2015 – Ziger/Snead, a Baltimore-based small architecture firm, announces Douglas Bothner is now a partner.
Bothner joins founding partners Steve Ziger and Jamie Snead in leading the firm and creating architecture that is true to its time, place and purpose.
“Doug shares our commitment to serve our clients with integrity and is an advocate for the role of design in our community,” Ziger said.
In his 15 years with Ziger/Snead, Bothner has been an important part of the firm’s growth including work for the Maryland 9/11 Memorial, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore Museum of Art, Gilman School and Obrycki’s Restaurant. His residential work has received multiple design awards and appeared in Dwell Magazine and Wallpaper.
He received his master of architecture degree from Yale University School of Architecture and his bachelor of art from Wesleyan University where he graduated cum laude. He is currently serving on the board of the Contemporary Museum, and has been adjunct faculty at the Maryland Institute of College of Art and a visiting critic at the University of Maryland, the Catholic University of America and Morgan State University.
Established in 1984, Ziger/Snead is a design-focused architecture firm based in Baltimore.
Through dedication to a distilled design approach, focus on relationships and active community engagement, the firm’s mission that great design can have a positive impact on our quality of life has resulted in transformative projects for many nonprofits and institutions in Baltimore and beyond. Ziger/Snead has been honored with more than 100 local, state, national and international design awards. In 2014, the firm was listed as one of the top 50 architects in the nation by ARCHITECT magazine, the publication of the American Institute of Architects.
Source: Ziger/Snead Architects