March 11th, 2020
Maarten Pesch Featured in The Haverford School's Winter Issue

WRT Prinicipal and Architect Maarten Pesch wrote a feature article for the "Haverford School Today: Winter 2020" issue discussing the design of the new Middle School and the wider lasting impact of his work. 

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The Middle School's Next Chapter
Written by Maarten Pesch for Haverford Today: Winter 2020

When I was a young architect, I didn't immediately think about the long-term impact of my work. I thought first about massing, scale, and building materials. I wanted to make sure I got everything exactly right, and I wanted to design buildings that would impress and delight my clients, peers, and colleagues. Of course, I still consider all these things today (and the many other elements that go into building design), but what I care most about is the impact I can make in the lives of the people who use the buildings. I want what I help create to make people’s lives easier, happier, and more productive – and that’s especially true with a project like The Haverford School’s new Middle School.

Read the full article in Haverford Today's Winter Issue
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"For me there is no greater professional satisfaction than watching a student succeed in a space I've helped plan and design."

Maarten Pesch AIA, LEED AP
Principal | Architect + Urban Designer