IdS/R ARCHITECTURE was established in
New York City by Maria Ibañez de Sendadiano
and Todd Rouhe in 2000.
IdS/R is interested in the role of the architect as
a mediator between ideas, actions and relevant constraints during the design process. Each of
our projects is the outcome of an exchange that combines the owners’ vision of space and material
with our experience in creating environments that are provocative as much as they are functional.
IdS/R works on projects of any scale, from master plans to interiors; from freestanding dwellings to furniture. Regardless of the scale, the office engages each project with a comprehensive approach to development, presentation and management.
The work of Ibañez de Sendadiano, Rouhe and
IdS/R architecture has been featured in numerous publications, including the New York Times and
MARIA IBAÑEZ DE SENDADIANO was born in Ecuador. She is a registered architect, a founding member of common room and a principal partner with Todd Rouhe in IdS/R architecture. She has previously worked with Smith-Miller and Hawkinson Architects, Bryce Sanders and Tsao and McKown Architects.
Ibañez has taught at the New Jersey School of Architecture and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. She received her B. Arch from University of Florida in Gainesville and her M. Arch from Princeton University.
TODD ROUHE was born in California. He is a registered architect, a founding member of common room and a principal partner with Maria Ibañez de Sendadiano in IdS/R architecture. Rouhe previously worked in the Berlin office of Daniel Libeskind and
in the New York offices of Marble Fairbanks Architects
and Leslie Gill Architecture.
He is an Assistant Adjunct Professor of Architecture in the Columbia and Barnard Undergraduate Architecture Program. Rouhe received his B. Arch from SCI-Arc in California and a Masters Degree from Columbia.