studio2sustain inc is an architecture practice committed to sustainable solutions – embracing ecology, economy and equity. Located in the historic port city of New Bedford, MA, studio2sustain evolved during the BP oil-spill and corresponding proposed Cape Wind off-shore wind farm of 2010 with an expanded mission to develop sustainable buildings, sites and communities. Kathryn is a licensed architect in Massachusetts, a Certified Passive House Consultant (CPHC), a Passive House Institute – United States (PHIUS) certified consultant and an Ambassador with the International Living Future Institute. Prior to s2s, Kathryn was founder of STUDIO of Architecture & Art – an architecture practice celebrating form and function in our coastal ocean region. Kathryn is Chair of the City of New Bedford Planning Board, a member of the WHALE (Waterfront Historic Area LeaguE) board of directors, and a founding member of the REACH Foundation board of directors. Kathryn lives and works in the port city of New Bedford. Kathryn earned a B. Arch from Syracuse University, a Masters of Architecture from Harvard University Graduate School of Design, and attended the Cleveland Institute of Art.
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