Boston – Studio G Architects recently announced two promotions and three new hires.
Keihly Moore, AIA and Rachel Lehr, AIA have both been promoted to staff architect. Moore is a certified passive house consultant and co-chair of Studio G’s AIA2030/Sustainability Committee. Lehr directs her considerable energies to resolving architectural challenges and applying thoughtful design strategies for housing, educational and other civic projects at a variety of scales.
Recent new hires, Sam Maloney, Ali Horowitz, AIA, and Sally Gibson, AIA, each bring their own unique and valuable experience to the design and senior project management team.
Maloney joined Studio G on March 1 as a Designer II. He brings experience in master planning for large housing projects, and creative conceptual design skills to the housing and educational/civic studios.
Horowitz, a licensed architect, started on March 8 as staff architect in the education/civic studio. Her prior experience includes work on the new Boston Arts Academy, focused on the auditorium, art gallery, and other performance and presentation-oriented spaces. She is the current president of the Boston chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects (BosNOMA).
Gibson joined the team on May 10 as a senior project architect/manager. With over 30 years of experience, she brings a diverse mix of project typologies to the education/civic studio. Previously, she owned her own firm. Past client collaborations include UMass Amherst, Harvard University, and Northeastern University.
“Studio G continues to grow in both team and project size,” said Gail Sullivan, managing principal of Studio G. “Our promotions and recent hires in our Housing and Education/Civic studios express our commitment to delivering great design in truly sustainable buildings for our clients and the communities in which we work.”
Keihly earned a Master of Architect and Urban Design degree from the University of North Carolina – Charlotte. Lehr earned a Master of Architecture degree from UMass Amherst in 2015, and shortly after joined Studio G.
“Both Keihly and Rachel have contributed significantly to our Housing and Education projects,” said Associate Anelise Bateson. Steve Michener, associate, said, “Along with their design talent, they continually serve as leaders to junior staff, contributing to the growth of our team each day.”
Maloney graduated with an M. Arch from Wentworth Institute of Technology and has been designing housing projects for 3.5 years. Horowitz has an M. Arch. degree from Northeastern University.
“Sally, Sam and Ali are tremendous additions to Studio G’s team,” said Sullivan. “Each brings a commitment to design excellence and to our vision of people-centered, place-specific and innovative sustainable design. Their varied experience and skills have dovetailed beautifully with others on our project teams.”
Studio G Architects is a certified woman-owned business (WBE). We are diverse by design: multi-racial and multi-ethnic, LGBTQIA+ friendly, and over 65% women. We recruit, support and mentor diverse employees who share a commitment to design excellence, superior client service, and environmental and social sustainability.