About Strada

Strada means “street” in Italian. Streets matter to us. They’re the fundamental infrastructure of our cities and the core of our civic lives. They’re the connections between buildings, people, and public spaces. This is why we’re so inspired by them and it’s a shared commitment to these values that brought our principals together. Just as people mingle on city streets, our office is a place where we freely exchange ideas, challenging and inspiring one another to create exceptional work.

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Strada Elevates Five Stradistas!


The future is bright at Strada. The firm is committed to turning visions to reality and helping to shape new places across the nation.



Pittsburgh Studio

611 William Penn Place
Suite 700
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

p: 412.263.3800
f: 412.471.5704

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Philadelphia Studio

325 Chestnut Street
Suite 909
Philadelphia, PA 19106

p: 215.440.0190
f: 215.440.0197

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Triangle Studio

1011 South Hamilton Rd
Suite 201
Chapel Hill, NC 27517

p: 919.521.8022

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Taking fans behind the scenes of American’s favorite pastime

About the project

Batter up! The game of baseball is woven into the historical fabric of our nation. It is also intertwined with the history of Hillerich and Bradsby, the family-owned company that manufactures Louisville Slugger baseball bats. The Louisville Slugger Museum and Visitor Center celebrates the facts and legends associated with the bats and the revered sluggers who have used them. An enormous bat stretching 120 feet into the air welcomes fans of all ages to this dynamic museum and factory.

Fulfilling the dream of many a baseball fan, visitors may walk through a tunnel from a locker room onto the field at Camden Yards, where they are engulfed in a light and sound show that makes the physical experience come alive. The Museum captures the experience of a game in a stadium complete with press box, playing field, and bleachers.

Interactive video exhibits allow visitors to select their favorite pitchers and stand at the plate to experience an actual 90 mph fastball as it flies by into the catcher’s mitt. Recreated and actual working settings also enable the visitor to follow the making of a baseball bat from “The Forest to the Factory.”

Liberty Bell Center Exhibits

Philadelphia, PA