Designer & Architectural Associate Joins //3877

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Architecture and design firm //3877 is pleased to welcome Designer & Architectural Associate Julia Tingle to the multidisciplinary practice. Given her in-depth experience working hands-on at various stages of the design and construction process, Julia brings dynamic expertise, enthusiasm, and creativity to her new position with the firm.

“At //3877 we consistently challenge ourselves to continue learning, growing, and pushing the boundaries of traditional design––we have no doubt that Julia will be a great fit for the team as she is eager to explore every corner of the A&D industry,” says //3877 Partner David Shove-Brown. “Her creative perspective and positive attitude make her a valuable, welcome addition to our office.”

Julia found her passion for placemaking at an early age, citing her interest in the short- and long-term impacts of the built environment on the human experience. A graduate of University of Maryland College Park, Julia spent time as an architectural associate at CANVAS Architecture after earning her bachelor's of science in architecture with a minor in construction project management. Refining her skills in photoshop, InDesign, and Revit LT, Julia assisted with all phases of the design and construction process, including the creation of permit sets and coordination with consultants and clients.

“I was immediately drawn to the culture at //3877, especially the effort they put towards highlighting and celebrating each team member’s unique contributions––I believe this makes a company’s culture and productivity much stronger,” says Julia. “I’m incredibly excited at the opportunity to dive deeper into the world of interior design and architecture on a larger scale while collaborating across teams and learning from my coworkers,” Julia says.

In her role at //3877, Julia works alongside her teams to bring interior design and architecture projects of varying scopes to fruition with hands-on involvement from start to finish. Her close attention to detail, interpersonal communication skills, and most of all, love for unique and thought-provoking design allows Julia to thrive in the firm’s collaborative environment. For more information about //3877, please visit https://www.3877.design/.

ABOUT //3877

In the fall of 2010, close friends David Tracz and David Shove-Brown began the process of realizing their decade-old dream of forming a professional architecture + design partnership. Through over two decades of experience, the duo developed goals of not only working with clients interested in the design process but also teaming with partners who can help provide the highest levels of design, construction and presentation. After months of planning and development, //3877 was born.

//3877 is a multi-disciplinary firm that focuses on single-family, multiple-unit residential, commercial, restaurant and hospitality projects. In seeking success while working with these various project types, //3877 begins with the very simple process of asking questions and listening carefully to the answers, prioritizing the concepts of partnerships and teamwork. Very simply, //3877 is committed to providing innovative and creative designs to enhance and enrich the lives of clients, partners and communities.

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