EverGreene’s Director of Sacred Spaces, Emily Sottile is a featured author in the New York Landmark’s Conservancy Common Bond publication, which serves as the Conservancy’s technical journal dedicated to the…
Emily Sottile joined EverGreene in 2007 and now serves as Director of the Sacred Space Studio/Business Development Executive. She brings to EverGreene a passion for religious architecture, an understanding of pre-construction planning and design for sacred sites, and a desire to provide outstanding client service. Because every sacred site is unique, the preconstruction process begins with careful listening, culminating in a detailed scope of work and thorough implementation strategy. Emily works closely with clergy, architects, and committees to develop liturgical artistry programs that respect the liturgical function, specific architecture, practical considerations, and vision of each community.
Emily’s love of the architectural arts began with a program of study on Medieval and Renaissance Art, Architecture, and Religion at Lincoln College, Oxford University. Drawing on her formal studies in art history and theology, including a study of European ecclesiastical precedent, and over a decade with EverGreene, Emily develops designs, budgets, schedules, and fundraising materials for our sacred clients. During implementation Emily supervises our skilled in-house designers, artists, conservators, and restoration specialists to ensure appropriate artistry programs that will last generations.
She holds a BA in History of Art from Rhodes College, an MA/MSc in History of Art from the University of Edinburgh and is currently pursuing a MA in Theology, St. Joseph’s College. Emily is a member of the New York Landmarks Conservancy, Conference for Catholic Facility Management, Partners for Sacred Places, Professional Alliance Member, and is active with Pax Christi Brooklyn.
Emily Sottile featured in NYLC’s Common Bond
A Landmark At 40: Nevelson Chapel Renewed
Join us as we inaugurate a restoration campaign for Louise Nevelson’s 1977 masterwork Chapel of the Good Shepherd. 6:00 to 7:00 PM ART AND ARCHITECTURE PANEL Laurie Wilson, Nevelson Biographer…
Blessing The Studio
On Thursday November 16th, Monsignor Harrington (Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph), Fr. Sauer and Fr. Lee (St. Mel’s, Flushing) blessed EverGreene Architectural Arts’ new studios in Industry City. EverGreene (who restored…
Join EverGreene’s Emily Sottile, Director of Sacred Spaces at the Preserving Brooklyn event at Green-Wood Cemetery for a lively discussion! Some of the very best work in historic preservation –…
Sending Love On Valentine's For Those In Need
EverGreene employees recently supported Emily Sottile, Director of the Sacred Spaces Studio, by participating in her 6th year of issuing anonymous “Valentines” to women survivors of domestic abuse living in…