Jordan Luther

Jordan Luther joins Rothschild Doyno Collaborative with a passion for sustainable, community-centered design. She holds a Master of Architecture from Carnegie Mellon University and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where she also earned minors in Art History and Building Construction Technology.

In all parts of her academic journey, Jordan has expressed her interest in research, supporting her belief that architecture can find itself at the intersection of evidence-based design and neuroscience.

In 2022, Jordan was honored as an American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) CRIT Scholar. Her work on “Augmenting Patient Rooms through Patterning: The Impact of Biophilic Design on Human Health” was presented at the prestigious 2022 ACSA Research Conference and is published in the AIAS CRIT journal.

She continues to explore this love of research as a member of the AIA Pittsburgh Research and Design Committee.

Beyond this dedication to research, Jordan is committed to creating inclusive and sensitive spaces for all communities, particularly those affected by trauma. Her strong sense of advocacy and mentorship has grown through her involvement with the AIAS. Jordan looks forward to continuing her leadership journey as Northeast Quadrant Director on the 2023-2024 AIAS Board of Directors.

Outside of her architectural pursuits, Jordan enjoys rowing, figure skating, drawing, and playing piano. You can also find her hiking with her family’s beloved sheepdogs, Molly and Willow.