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Nakita Reed


Nakita Reed is an award-winning architect with experience in the rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of historic buildings, with a focus on sustainable strategies in design and construction. She has a Master of Architecture and a Master of Science in Historic Preservation from the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Virginia. She is a registered architect, a LEED®-Accredited Professional, and a certified Passive House Consultant.

In 2012, she co-founded a woman-owned boutique architecture firm that specialized in historic preservation and sustainable design. Looking to make a bigger impact, she joined Quinn Evans’ Baltimore office as an Associate in 2019 to continue blending historic preservation and sustainable design. She serves on the board of the Baltimore Architecture Foundation and is a co-chair of the Zero Net Carbon Collaboration for Existing and Heritage Buildings (ZNCC). She is also the host of Tangible Remnants, a podcast exploring the intersection of architecture, preservation, sustainability, race & gender.


Baltimore, MD


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