Suman Sorg

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U.S. Architects Take Business Overseas

With the economic recovery stuck in low gear, U.S. architects are looking overseas for commissions. More

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"Fasten your seat belts, because things happen very quickly. One of the biggest mistakes people make is to hold onto staff when you don't have the work. Because of the diversity of our projects, we didn't really feel the last two downturns, but combined w More

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Sorg and Associates: Aluminum cladding from Centria Architectural Systems. More

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hard times

Sorg and Associates: Countertops from The King's Grant. More

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outside story

Sorg and Associates: Plywood panels from Georgia-Pacific. More

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modern, historical, public, private, chaos, quiet

Many architects start out building beach houses and move on to larger, more complex projects. Suman Sorg, who founded Sorg and Associates in 1986, took the opposite route. Her passion has been institutional and public projects, not custom homes. But if the best architecture comes from an intimate understanding of culture, climate, and environment, Sorg is uniquely equipped to design a wide variety of projects. More

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The transformation of a forlorn school building into a sparkling complex of 14 single-family homes earned Suman Sorg, FAIA, high marks from judges. They admired her careful use of 19th-century proportions and the way the new Phillips Row houses fit seamlessly into a historic Georgetown neighborhood. More

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van sweden residence, sherwood, md.

When Suman Sorg began designing a country retreat for a noted landscape architect, she focused on garden walls: "They're full of mystery, since you can't see what's behind them, and over time they turn into living, vertical gardens themselves." More

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