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"To engage in discourse about our collective future, to dissolve perceived boundaries between design disciplines and to re-establish art as the shared language of the built environment. The future is the city. It is the place where all design disciplines come together and where all design disciplines are needed at the same time. At SCAD, we are doing nothing less than preparing students in the School of Building Arts to be the designers of the new city."
Establishing Sottile & Sottile as an international, award-winning urban design and civic architecture practice with its primary focus on civic design and master planning, emphasizing historic research, urban analysis and community-wide engagement. Leading the design of the new SCAD Museum of Art, a historic preservation project that revived the freight sheds of the Central of Georgia Railroad complex, a National Historic Landmark and the only extant antebellum railroad complex in the U.S.
Congress for the New Urbanism, Charter Award, Ellis Square, 2013, SCAD Museum of Art, 2012; Savannah East Riverfront, 2009; Historic Savannah Foundation, Preservation Award, Cay Building, 2013, SCAD Museum of Art, 2012; Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation, Preservation Excellence Award, 2013; AIA National, Emerging Professional, Curated Exhibit, Washington D.C., 2012; International Interior Design Association, Georgia, Best of the Best, SCAD Museum of Art, 2012; Congress for the New Urbanism, Art of the New Urbanism, Curated Exhibition, 2012; National Council of Arts Administrators, Art Leadership Award, 2011; AIA National Honor Award for Urban Design, 2010, 1998; Government Finance Officers of the United States, 2009; AIA Georgia Honor Awards, 2012, 2008, 2005, 1996; Georgia Department of Community Affairs, 2008, 2005; Historic Savannah Foundation, Preservation Awards, 2008, 2004, 2002, 2001, 2000; American Planning Association, 2012, 2008, 2005, 2004; Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation, 2003; USA Today, Top 100 Academics in the Nation, 1998
American Institute of Architects; National Council of Architectural Registration Boards; National Council of Arts Administrators; National Charrette Institute; Savannah Development and Renewal Authority; Creative Coast; Congress for the New Urbanism; American Planning Association
Urban research fellow, Florence, Italy; city architect, city of Beaufort, South Carolina; professor of architecture, SCAD Savannah; apprentice, John C. LeBey, FAIA, Architect, Savannah