WHAT WE ARE / Edelman Sultan Knox Wood / Architects LLP is a well-established practice with a history of successful institutional, residential and commercial projects. We are dedicated to achieving excellence in design through the resolution of client concerns. Our commitment to and involvement with urban issues and community needs enhances our ability to provide appropriate solutions to a wide variety of design challenges.

WHAT WE DO / Our in-house services include: architectural design, historic preservation, rehabilitation, interior design, landscape design and feasibility analysis. Our clients include: not-for-profit organizations, institutions, government agencies, commercial enterprises, and private individuals. Our project types include: multi-family housing, supportive housing, housing for the elderly, health clinics, community facilities, day care centers, restaurants, and private residences. Our solutions are innovative, elegant and cost effective.

HOW WE DO IT / We have an effective working method which maintains close and ongoing client interaction and assures quality control. Each project is directed by one of the partners. They communicate with the client and are responsible for producing and directing the entire project from programming through the end of construction. Partners work with a project manager who is responsible for coordination, drawing production, and team management. Other staff, including the partners and associates, join the team on an as-needed basis. This process provides continuity of attention that results in refined and carefully considered projects of the highest quality.

We invite you to visit our website, edelmansultan.com, to see our projects and learn more about our office. Please email Chris at ccurtland@edelmansultan.com for questions or comments about the ESKW/A blog, or to request marketing material.


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