Cara Soh has a deep appreciation for the built environment as a tactile form of history—one that continually invites a personal response. She has designed and managed many projects in urban settings, including Detroit, Washington, DC, and New York City. Cara’s experience as a landmark preservationist with the New York City Landmarks Preservation Committee included adaptive reuse initiatives for such notable structures as the Woolworth Building and Steinway Hall. Her work there involved many types of historic buildings in diverse neighborhoods.
As a volunteer, Cara has committed her time to serving on a local historic preservation commission and working with Habitat for Humanity.
- Columbia University, Master of Science in Historic Preservation, 2003
- University of Michigan, Master of Architecture, 2001
- University of Michigan, Bachelor of Science in Architecture, 1998
- American Institute of Architects
- US Green Building Council