Sarah is motivated by the iterative process of architecture. She is a highly collaborative member of Duda|Paine’s studio culture with a passion for exploring elegant and informative design solutions through sketching, diagramming and modelmaking. Inspired by the ability to create meaningful experiences for individuals, Sarah earned a Master of Architecture degree from North Carolina State University. Sarah believes that invigorating the senses through design shapes more inclusive and enriching environments for all.
Favorite Duda|Paine project?
I appreciate the Dillon Supply project because it has played a huge part in revitalizing the Warehouse District in downtown Raleigh. The design celebrates the industrial legacy of the site by integrating the historic warehouse wall and steel structure. These elements give the building a strong identity and contribute to the overall monumentality of the space. I admire the sensitivity and thoughtfulness of these gestures. I view this project as a catalyst for urban growth and development within the city.
Anything else you’d like to share?
I’m a history nerd at heart. I make it a point to visit at least one museum in every city that I travel to.