Kate Tunney is a Principal with Rothschild Doyno Collaborative. She studied architecture in New York City at Parsons School of Design, a division of New School University, where she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.
During her tenure with the firm, Kate has led the development of the firm’s work in urban design and community development. Her storytelling, utilizing the Design Sketchbook, has led the process and design solutions for numerous projects.
Kate’s interest in community stems from her time living in New York and her experience as an executive board member of her local community development corporation. An Associate member of the American Institute of Architects, Kate is a LEED-accredited professional.
Mike Gwin is a principal with Rothschild Doyno Collaborative. In his role as Director of Design, Mike not only leads projects that deliver innovative design solutions but also fosters a collaborative culture in the design process that encourages the integration of both technical and inspirational goals from initial concept through technical detailing and construction.
In his 20 years of experience, Mike has consistently received architectural and sustainable design merit for successful project outcomes, including over 40 design awards at the local, state, and national level including an AIA national honor award for a net zero community center and a team member for 2 AIA-COTE national top ten green design awards. On numerous accounts, projects have included the adaptive reuse of existing structures into meaningful design solutions that align with clients’ unique visions.
Mike continues to work to advance our professional organization’s mission as the immediate past president of the AIA Pittsburgh Board of Directors. In the community, he has been a leader in the integration of Pittsburgh’s local maker movement into architectural design projects advancing local craft in architecture. He is also a committee member with the Pittsburgh Materials Hub of the International Living Futures Institute advocating for and advancing healthy materials in our built environment. He has been an adjunct studio instructor and guest reviewer at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Architecture for a number of years and has participated on many design juries.
Geoff Campbell is a Principal and Director of Operations and Services at Rothschild Doyno Collaborative. The breadth of his leadership capacity is evidenced through his ability to operate across multiple scales, while deftly balancing each client’s long-term goals with immediate needs. He has developed tools and techniques to facilitate active communication and guide clients to the achievement of successful project outcomes. Geoff consistently leads project teams to deliver exemplary professional services that span architecture, community urbanism, and planning.
Working with a diverse set of clients across an extensive range of buildings and sites, Geoff’s multi-faceted expertise maximizes the potential of every project. His deep understanding of the alignment between rapidly shifting marketplace conditions with design and placemaking goals allows him to comprehensively address design challenges in a way that promotes economic, social, and physical sustainability.
Through his leadership, the firm has redefined its approach to operations, elevated its capacity to provide exceptional design services, enriched delivery outcomes, and put into place systems to guide future growth. Geoff has introduced a systems-thinking approach to the operational framework of the firm that allows the office to operate with great clarity of purpose.
Geoff is a graduate of Leadership Pittsburgh and is an advocate for his community, recently having served as President of the Greenfield Community Association. He has been active in the Housing Alliance of Southwestern Pennsylvania, has served as a graphic facilitator for the Sprout Fund, has contributed to various committees for NAIOP, and he continues to donate his time to numerous local organizations.
Geoff earned his Master of Architecture from The University of California at Berkeley and his Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is a registered architect, member of the American Institute of Architects, and is a LEED-accredited professional.
Ken Doyno is the President of Rothschild Doyno Collaborative, an architecture and urban design firm focused on creating meaningful design solutions using collaborative processes with clients and communities. Ken provides leadership in how design, community planning, and property development grows our communities’ economic, social, and physical value. Ken focuses on aligning people to create shared visions for design that connects and serves both client and community.
In addition to thirty years of distinguished professional practice, Ken has advanced regional change through participation in civic, academic, and cultural activities. This includes prior service as the Board Chair of the Design Center of Pittsburgh, co-chair of Leadership Pittsburgh’s Community Vision Day, and on the Chatham University Landscape Architecture advisory board. Ken served as an Adjunct Professor at Carnegie Mellon University for multiple years teaching in both the fifth year architecture “Urban Lab” studio and the first year architecture studio. Ken also served as an advisory board member to the Remaking Cities Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. Ken is currently serving on the board for the Saturday Light Brigade which uses radio and audio to encourage, amplify, and share ideas, stories, and feelings of children, youth and families.
Daniel Rothschild is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Rothschild Doyno Collaborative, an architecture and urban design firm located in Pittsburgh. He provides design, graphic, and communication leadership through the use of the firm’s Design Sketchbook process and active participation in architecture and urban design projects. Dan creates design solutions that are artful, meaningful, and pragmatic, and that bring together divergent interests.
Dan received his Bachelor of Environmental Design at Miami University and studied at the Architectural Association in London. He pursued his Master of Architecture at North Carolina State, where he received the American Institute of Architects School Medal.
Dan’s commitment to the design narrative has helped to form the collaborative environment of the firm. Dan has extended his leadership to the architectural community with the Regent Square Civic Association, the Pittsburgh Executives Association, and through eight years of service to the American Institute of Architecture Pittsburgh chapter including the role of President. He has served as an Adjunct Professor at Carnegie Mellon in the Urban Lab, and has lectured at local universities. Recently, Dan served as President of Temple Emanuel. He is currently Board Chair of AIA Pittsburgh Foundation of Architecture where he collaborated to launch the Leadership Institute for Emerging Professionals.