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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We’re Moving

October 31, 2018

Big news today: We’re moving offices! We’ve been working on the design for our new office for a few months now, and two weeks ago finally obtained the permits. We have been so excited to get started that we thought we’d help the contractor out a bit with demolition. So, last week we all…

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In Memory of Rick

October 5, 2018

It is with deep regret and sadness that we announce the passing of our Founder, beloved colleague and friend, Rick Ruhf. Rick’s contribution to the architecture world spans over 30 years. He was actively involved in all phases of the architecture process with an exceptionally keen eye for deconstructing the challenges that an architect faces,…

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Bowman Place Completion & Dedication

September 21, 2018

Work on Bowman Place (formerly known as Timothy House and Gardens) has officially been completed, and the project dedicated, at an event held in the newly renovated Multipurpose Room. Community leaders- including Michael Busch, Speaker of the House; Mayor Gavin Buckley; Kenneth Holt, Secretary, Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development- took time to share…

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Idea Room Design

August 10, 2018

RPH was recently called in to transform an under-utilized vestibule space of an office building into a convertible, multi-use Idea Room. We created plans, sections, and interior renderings for three different potential space layouts. Employees currently have both small and large conference rooms, but felt there was a ‘missing’ in-between space for a medium…

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