sshape, Inc. Opens Doors in Washington, DC
The new architecture and interior design firm is founded on passion and backed by long experience.
WASHINGTON (PRWEB) November 15, 2018
sshape, Inc., has opened its doors as Washington, DC’s newest architecture and interior design firm serving commercial clients in the real estate, business, and non-profit communities. The new venture reflects the desire of partners Roger Sola-Sole and Travis Herret to refocus on the values that drive their passion for design.
Those core values include developing meaningful, client-driven design concepts informed by a deep understanding not only of a client’s brand and business, but of who they are and how they work. For Sola-Sole and Herret, along with partners Preeti Reddy, Stephanie Berry, and Diran Corria, reconnecting with their love of good design meant leaving their previous firm and striking out on their own.
"We founded sshape on the promise that we will listen to our clients and respond with innovative solutions that improve the quality of their work environments. We want to provide the highest level of design and service to the real estate community and our clients," said Sola-Sole, a 25-year veteran of the DC architecture world.
At sshape, that client focus is paramount. As a small, nine-member firm, sshape’s diverse group of architects and interior designers can forge more direct connections with their clients and projects.
"We wanted to get back to being makers, being hands-on with our clients, and creating great workspaces from the bottom up," said Herret, who has practiced in the District for over a decade. "We get to shape the spaces that people live and work in, and how they experience the world. That’s a tremendously positive job."
sshape is a minority-owned business enterprise whose initial client list includes GiveCampus, who provide a digital fundraising platform for schools, Strayer University, a for-profit university with new campuses opening up in Nashville, TN and Austin, TX, and a number of non-profits and trade associations.
sshape’s studio is located on Desales Street in Northwest DC, where its architects and designers can connect with the community they serve daily. For more information about sshape, visit the website at http://www.sshapedc.com, or contact Roger Sola-Sole (sola-sole(at)sshapedc.com) or Travis Herret (therret(at)sshapedc.com).