Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
3626 Raymond Street
Chevy Chase, MD 20815
Service area: 75 miles
We provide architectural design services, employing a sustainable approach to renovations, additions, interior design, and new construction. We bring to our practice a detail-orientated approach to building design, developed over two decades of professional practice working on a range of projects from large scale commercial and institutional buildings to private homes in Washington DC and the surrounding region.
Whether a project involves a renovation, an addition to an existing building or new construction, we offer full service architectural design services at a highly personalized level. Our clients are central to the design process and we keep them continuously involved. Our approach is to foster a team approach in which all team members -- architect, engineers, contractor and owner, -- are present from the beginning in order to make critical decisions about materials, systems, and building technologies which form the basis for the design. We believe that this approach creates architecture which is integrated, holistic and innovative, while at the same time considerate of its environmental impact.
We have continuously grown our interest and knowledge base in sustainable design. We approach all of our projects seeking to develop a sound, environmentally sensitive process tailored to each client and circumstance. We have developed residential projects that are LEED certified, and those that are not but that meet sustainable design goals tailored for the project.
Principals: Amy E Gardner AIA LEED-AP, and Cheryl Mohr, AIA LEED-AP.
While our work is unwaveringly devoted to a concern for space, light, order, and craft, it is most importantly guided by our commitment to environmental stewardship through responsible, inventive design and professional leadership. Environmental issues and architecture are intrinsically linked at every level and we believe that, as architects, we are positioned to be leaders in environmental responsibility. For these reasons we have continuously grown our interest and knowledge base in sustainable design since opening our practice in 2003. We view a sustainable design approach as not only productive and essential to our profession of designing buildings, but fundamentally important to us as we contemplate what kind of world we will leave to our children.