Renée N. Péan

Renee_Website_UpdatedRenée N. Péan, NCARB 
Staff Architect

Renée N. Péan has been practicing architecture since graduating from the University of Virginia in 2010. Her primary focus over the last 5 years has been in Institutional, Sacred, Commercial, high-end residential, and multifamily residential design, design development, and construction administration.

At Shinberg.Levinas, Renée has contributed to numerous school and religious projects, including support to Project Architect for the new construction of Rocketship PCS campuses at Raynolds Place and Alabama Avenue in Washington, DC. Ms. Péan has supported Maria Gorodetskaya on the renovation and expansion of the Center for Jewish Living in Olney, MD; historic renovation and addition of Congregation Beth Ahabah’s campus in Richmond, VA; and the new construction of Congregation Anshe Hesed‘s temple in Erie, PA. Renée has taken a leadership position on the renovation of The Torah School of Greater Washington in Silver Spring, MD.

Renée has work experience in New York, Washington DC and Charlottesville, VA. A few key jobs include design and construction administration of several high-end residential kitchen and bathroom renovations, and collaboration on the schematic design, design development, and construction document phases of multifamily residential and high-rise projects in Washington, DC and Maryland; design development of public stair design and façade studies for a media headquarters in Abu Dhabi.

Her architectural awards include a first place at Los Angeles Cleantech Corridor + Green District Competition, Student Team Entry, Sept 2010. Her work was featured in the International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam 2012.

Renée received a Master of Architecture degree and a Master of Urban and Environmental Planning (MUEP) from University of Virginia.

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