DIGSAU

340 North 12th Street
Suite 421
Philadelphia
PA
19107
Phone: 
215.627.0808
Fax: 
267.775.3397
Year Established 
2007
About the Firm 
DIGSAU is an award-winning architecture firm practicing contemporary Architecture, Urbanism, and Environmental Design. Founded in 2007, the firm is recognized for expertise in the design of high-quality buildings for a diverse client group. Through a collaborative and iterative process, DIGSAU provides innovative and sustainable design solutions aimed to advance the client's mission. The firm provides the following services: Architectural Design of New Structures; Adaptive Restoration and Renovation of Existing Structures; Interior Design; Programming; Feasibility Studies; Site and Master Planning; Urban Design
Types of Work
Educational Facilities: 
40%
Housing (Multi-Unit): 
10%
Housing (Single Family): 
5%
Planning: 
15%
Recreational: 
10%
Urban Design: 
5%
Special Services 
Sustainable Design
Firm Personnel
Total Staff This Office: 
15
Architects (Registered): 
5
Administration: 
1
Projects 
Academy Street Dining & Residential Halls (Newark DE), Iroko Headquarters (Philadelphia, PA); Pavilion & Garden at Sister Cities Park (Philadelphia, PA); Campus Bookstore and Development Office (Newark, DE); Delaware History Museum Addition (Wilmington, DE); Wilmington Friends School (Wilmington, DE); Russell Byers Charter School (Philadelphia, PA); Greene Street Friends School (Philadelphia, PA); Frankford Friends School (Philadelphia, PA); Spring Garden Street Greenway (Philadelphia, PA); Construction Training & Education Center (Wilmington, DE); Dogfish Head Craft Brewery (Milton, DE)
Awards 
2013 Honor Award AIA Philadelphia (Margaret Passmore Trickey Building, Frankford Friends School); 2013 Honor Award AIA Philadelphia (Pavilion & Garden at Sister Cities Park); 2013 Merit Award AIA Philadelphia (Schuler House); 2013 Emerging Voices; 2012 Merit Award AIA Philadelphia (Campus Bookstore and Development Office);2011 Merit Award AIA Pennsylvania (Pavilion & Garden at Sister Cities Park); 2011 Cities that Learn Award (Living Cities Design Competition); 2010 Honor Award, AIA Philadelphia (Pavilion & Garden at Sister Cities Park); 2010 Merit Award, AIA Philadelphia (Oxford Lamp Factory); 2010 International Garden Festival (Veil Garden); 2010 Philadelphia Emerging Architecture Award; 2008 Silver Medal, AIA Philadelphia (Construction Training & Education Center); 2008 Honor Award, SARA Pennsylvania (Construction Training & Education Center); 2007 Citation of Merit, AIA Pennsylvania (Construction Training & Education Center)
Contacts
Primary Contact: 
Jeff Goldstein
Principals: 
Jules Dingle, Jeff Goldstein, Mark Sanderson, Jamie Unkefer
Marketing: 
Jamie Unkefer
PR: 
Jeff Goldstein
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