DISTRICT DESIGN is a dynamic architecture and interiors firm located in DC's U Street corridor. We are first and foremost designers, but we are also practical and adept at handling the complexities of building and entitling projects in the Washington, DC region. We routinely work with the HPO staff and have successfully represented numerous clients before the HPRB (Historic Preservation Review Board). We have helped clients obtain successful outcomes in variance cases (BZA), and worked with DDOT on complicated issues involving unusual sites. Whether working with boutique developers, commercial office tenants, or homeowners, we strive to always be an advocate for our clients' interests, and to create projects whose beauty will endure.
CARMEL GREER, AIA, LEED AP
Carmel Greer founded District Design after graduating from Yale University’s School of Architecture in 2010. Since its founding, District Design has completed numerous residential, commercial & multi-family projects in the Washington, DC area. Carmel’s work has been exhibited at MOMA’s PS1, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Yale Architecture Gallery, and the National Building Museum. In 2012, Carmel curated “The Exceptional Everyday” - a collaboration between the Corcoran Gallery of Art and the Norwegian Embassy. Currently, Carmel teaches interior design at George Washington University. Her undergraduate degree is from the University of Virginia, where she majored in Architecture and Art History.