Emilie Rottman joined Square 134 Architects in November 2015. Her design experience consists of single-family and multi-family residential, K-12 education, mixed-use and urban design projects. Ms. Rottman has had the opportunity to work at many notable firms throughout her career, including Elkus|Manfredi Architects, Marmol Radziner, Torti Gallas + Partners and Perkins Eastman. She enjoys working on projects that focus on adaptive reuse, redevelopment and neighborhood revitalization. Emilie has had the opportunity to explore these interests working on a number of academic competitions, including the ULI Hines Competition and the NAIOP Capital Challenge, in addition to completing her architectural thesis “The Michigan Central Station: Re-Discovering Identity Among Ruins.” The project examined repurposing the historic train station to help revitalize the City of Detroit. Ms. Rottman holds a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Cincinnati, as well as a Master of Architecture, Master of Real Estate Development and a Certificate in Urban Design from the University of Maryland. Emilie is a registered architect in Washington, D.C. She is very active with her city and enjoys being involved with a number of young professional organizations.