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 Welcomes Terrie Brightman, Landscape Architect


“Terrie brings exceptional landscape design and delivery to Strada’s team of professionals,” said Alan Cuteri, Founding Principal and Higher Education Principal. “The talent and experience that she brings will be a huge asset to our clients.”




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Blog Post: Meet Our 2017 Summer Interns

Every year, Strada welcomes several interns into our offices in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. They use this time as a break from school and a peek into their post-college careers, assisting the full-time project teams with creating exceptional spaces and places. We asked our interns to answer a few questions about their experience at Strada thus ...

Project: Penn at Walnut on Highland

About this project The Penn at Walnut on Highland is a six-story mixed-use building perched on a primary corner of East Liberty, a historic and dynamic commercial center within Pittsburgh. The building’s common spaces welcome residents as they arrive home, with living areas, a kitchen, and a TV lo ...

Project: Humane Animal Rescue

About this project Creating a new home base to suit the needs of this longtime member of the Homewood community was the heart of this project. After reviewing several sites, the Humane Animal Rescue (formerly known as the Animal Rescue League) of Pittsburgh chose to build its new facility a few bloc ...

Project: Crowne Plaza Hotel & Suites

Strada’s renovation of the Crowne Plaza Hotel, a 179-room property located in the hilly suburbs south of Pittsburgh, emphasizes comfort and community with open social spaces and textures inspired by the natural world. The hotel’s interiors, including its ballroom, guest rooms, restaurant and mee ...

Project: Residences at the R.J. Reynolds Building

About this project A gem of downtown Winston-Salem, the former R.J. Reynolds Headquarters has been renovated to include luxury apartments just upstairs from the chic Cardinal Hotel. Strada worked with PMC Property Group to transform this Art Deco building into a multi-unit residence. Apartments now ...

Project: Adaptimmune

About this project Adaptimmune, a growing Philadelphia-based clinical stage biotechnology company, enlisted Strada to design a workspace that communicates the highly specialized research and development that takes place inside to employees and visitors alike. The heart of the project is a central ga ...

Project: REC333 at Penn Center East

About this project New possibilities and collaboration are in the air at the renovated REC333 located at Penn Center East. The property sits amidst an evolving commercial district at the heart of Wilkins Township that includes both retail and office properties, and Strada’s 8600-SF renovation has ...

Project: Bakery Office Two

About this project Connecting past, present, and future is integral to the Bakery Square 2.0 development in Pittsburgh’s growing East Liberty neighborhood, a vision that is being planned and realized by Strada and partner Walnut Capital. Home to tech companies Google and AutoDesk, and adjacent to ...

Blog Post: Strada names Sean Beasley as next Principal

As Strada’s projects continue to multiply and flourish, its leadership is expanding and adapting. We are delighted to announce that the firm’s newest partner is Sean Beasley, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, a talented architect with experience on a range of building types. Sean’s expertise covers residential, commercial, educational, and hospitality projects, but he is particularly ...

Blog Post: Strada trailblazers, moving on

As 2016 draws to a conclusion, Strada bids adieu to three celebrated members of the firm: Principal Robert (Mac) McCauley, Principal Michael Stern, and Associate Ray McCaughey. After more than 45 years of practicing the art and business of architecture and 31 years as a design principal, Robert (Mac) McCauley is retiring. As a Principal ...

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