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, senior, and special needs housing. Her passion lies in contributing to vibrant, livable neighborhoods, helping to 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 has served on her hometown’s planning board for several years and in 2019, Rachel was elected to the Madison, NJ borough council, where she hopes to make meaningful change to local energy and land use policies. She holds a Master of Architecture from New Jersey School of Architecture at NJIT and a Bachelor of Arts from Skidmore College.