Adaptive Reuse of D.C. Church

Completed at the start of 2020, Common Monroe was an adaptive reuse project in D.C., where we transformed a historic, abandoned Baptist church into shared living apartments. Reminiscent of the building’s original stained glass windows, the FF&E palette was rich with jewel tones.

Project featured in Domino and Curbed

Photos by Seth Caplan. Project design work and management by Naushin Rahman.

As Common’s director of interior design and visual content, my scope of work included:

    • design direction and approval of interior finishes and FF&E selections
    • lead creative direction and oversight of interior styling and final photoshoot