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Toner Architects Announces New Leadership | Sara Pochedly Promoted to Principal

22 Mar 2022
Written by Jermaine Jenkins
United States of America
On the Move
Photo provided by Toner Architects
Photo provided by Toner Architects

Toner Architects’ founder, Ian Toner, is excited to announce Sara Pochedly’s promotion to Principal! With her wide-ranging experience in Architecture, Interior Design, Construction, Green Building and Business, Sara is well prepared for taking on the role of Principal. She brings 15+ years of experience (over 5 with Toner Architects) and a diverse professional background in the design of residential, commercial, higher education, K-12, healthcare, retail, and hospitality projects, as well as preservation and sustainability.

Sara, Ian, and the rest of the team of highly skilled architects, interior designers, and staff are working together to continue to expand and diversify the practice as we enter the next phase of our growth. We are excited to work closely with our clients to identify new opportunities to collaborate.

Toner Architects is known for Philadelphia vernacular architecture that inspires surprise and delight, pushes boundaries, and finds unique opportunities in every project. We are driven to shape spaces that create long term value through collaboration and innovation. Our culture fosters long-term relationships through a shared passion for design, architecture, and building.

We are thrilled to embark into the next phase of Toner Architects!

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