Rachel Ehrlich believes that good design is socially and environmentally just, making a lasting contribution to both the built realm and the social fabric of cities. Rachel’s focus is the architecture of affordable housing, with a specialty in the design of supportive and special needs housing. She pursues an architecture that contributes to vibrant, livable neighborhoods, which form the cornerstone of social equity by offering well-designed, sustainable, inviting, and affordable homes for people of all income levels.
Rachel is the recipient of the American Institute of Architects Henry Adams Medal. A registered architect in New York, Rachel joined the firm in 2007. She holds a Master of Architecture from New Jersey School of Architecture at NJIT and a Bachelor of Arts from Skidmore College.