Rebecca Griffith is a project architect with Rothschild Doyno Collaborative. She is passionate about finding design solutions for cultural and social issues that are thoughtful, economical, and environmentally responsible. She is an advocate of using resources wisely and exploring ways to reuse the existing buildings of Pittsburgh.
Before joining Rothschild Doyno Collaborative, Rebecca worked on one of the first projects in the country for seniors using Passive House criteria, the world’s leading standard in energy-efficient construction. She has spoken at several Passive House conferences about the challenges of the project. She brings experience in Passive House and multi-family design, drawing on her varied academic backgrounds, studies abroad, and a thirst for life-long learning to develop design solutions responsive to the individual, community, and environment.
Rebecca has a Master of Architecture and a Master of Construction Management from Washington University in St. Louis and a Bachelor of Arts in German and minors in Anthropology and Linguistics from Wake Forest University. She enjoys volleyball, biking, farmer’s markets, and rooting for the Penn State Nittany Lions, Steelers, and Pirates.