Sally Hartzell - Duda|Paine Architects
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Sally Hartzell


Sally’s background in sculpture and painting merges visual intelligence with 3-dimensional problem solving. Her undergraduate senior exhibit included a series of canvases exploring the nature of light in St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome. Sally brings this artistic perspective to Duda|Paine’s project process, as well as an appreciation for the sculptural quality of spatial design.


Favorite Duda|Paine project?

The Dillon, because I am excited to see it contribute to the life and energy of Raleigh’s warehouse district. Growing up in Raleigh, the streets and buildings of the warehouse district were empty spaces, and it is fascinating to watch life flowing back into them.


What aspect of your job are you most motivated by?

The design and composition of spatial experiences. I began my architectural education with the idea of architecture as modulating human experience through form, and I always look for formal opportunities in the projects I’m assigned.