We are an architecture and urban design firm committed to a collaborative process with our clients that increases the value of the built environment through meaningful design solutions.
Rothschild Doyno Collaborative was started in 1988 by Founding Principal Daniel Rothschild and joined shortly thereafter by Ken Doyno. Our approach, rooted in the use of our Design Sketchbook as a communicative and creative tool, has focused on developing designs that align and connect the economic, social, and physical conditions of clients.
Located in Pittsburgh’s vibrant Strip District, our thirty-one person firm includes, six principals, fourteen registered architects, three certified passive house consultants, two certified WELL building consultants, two certified planners, and fourteen LEED-Accredited Professionals, all of whom are committed to using their skills to advance collaborative design and thoughtful placemaking.
We are fully committed to the pursuit of our principles in our daily interactions, our advancement of projects, and in our dedication to community.
Commitment to Collaboration
We encourage openness and innovation by exploring design issues in order to create better solutions. Our unique Design Sketchbook Process communicates alternatives, increases the exchange of ideas, enhances understanding, and builds consensus.
Meaningful solutions elevate architectural design by linking human emotion to aesthetics. Our projects achieve this by celebrating the historical, environmental, social, and spiritual assets of places and communities.Watch Video
Successful projects are a balance of economic, social, and physical attributes. We use our ESP (Economic, Physical, and Social) framework to increase understanding in order to develop shared visions.Watch Video