About Us

RPH Architecture has served commercial, affordable housing and residential clients in the mid-Atlantic region since 1999.  We engage our clients with a spirit of collaboration and are responsive to both their needs and those of the project.  We aspire to craft highly aesthetic designs, though our ultimate success lies in making real buildings for real people

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Pasticcio Italian Restaurant

May 8, 2018

RPH recently designed, produced construction documents, and assisted in permitting Pasticcio- a new Italian restaurant located in the Annapolis Plaza on Jennifer Road. The owners’ long history of running successful restaurants, and our previous experience laying out kitchen equipment, contributed to a successful design of the entire commercial kitchen layout without the use of…

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Zen Leaf Waldorf

April 25, 2018

Recently opened Zen Leaf in Waldorf is one of Maryland’s first medical marijuana dispensaries. New regulations and strict zoning laws created interesting challenges for the design team. Our process started with an exhaustive building code study before diving into design documents. High security storage, a public waiting area and a private retail area were…

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Harvest Thyme Tavern

March 20, 2018

Back in June, we posted about the construction going on over at Harvest Thyme in Davidsonville. Having been open for a few months now, (and having eaten there several times) we can officially say this wonderful restaurant is a success! As with all of our projects, we always appreciate gaining more experience in designing…

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ezStorage Fairfax Draper

January 31, 2018

Construction begins next month on one of Siena Corporation’s most recent ezStorage projects, located just off Route 50 in Fairfax, VA. At 5 stories and about 150,000 SF, this storage facility will house over 1,000 self- storage units. In addition to generating permit & construction documents, RPH created drawings for a Special Exception application and…

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