McInturff Architects

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Regional Design at AIA 2012

The AIA 2012 session "Connect to the World and Community: Region-Based Design and Its Connection to Culture, Community, and Place" on Thursday, May 17, was packed. Read more

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Architects can and must make houses for the 99 percent. Architects can and must make houses for the 99 percent.

With a little ingenuity, it's possible for architects to execute affordable, high-design houses for everyone. Read more

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Award-Winning Details Award-Winning Details

McInturff Architects has won multiple Custom Home Design Awards for architectural details over the years. Firm founder and principal architect Mark McInturff talks about how his design philosophy leads to these special moments that frequently garner accolades from our awards juries. Read more

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Allee House, Mount Airy, Md. Allee House, Mount Airy, Md.

A pin-oak allee, planted in 1994 by the farm's owners, is the gateway to this house designed by Mark McInturff. Read more

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Kit of Parts, Washington, D.C. Kit of Parts, Washington, D.C.

Simple materials combine to form a flexible and elegant storage solution that leaves the existing interior architecture intact. Read more

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ra50: McInturff Architects ra50: McInturff Architects

Architect Mark McInturff, FAIA, leads a local firm that has garnered national attention. Read more

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Kit of Parts, Washington, D.C.

This 1920s bungalow—our Grand Award, Custom Detail winner—had decent bones but lacked the custom domestic amenities that make a house sparkle. Mark McInturff and project designer Colleen Gove Healey transformed the house with a series of assembled materials that hold items such as a desk, credenza, and books and CDs. Read more

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cozzens residence, washington, d.c. cozzens residence, washington, d.c.

Bethesda, Md., architect Mark McInturff, FAIA, was wary of working with the local design review board when he took on this renovation in the historic Georgetown section of Washington, D.C. His plan for the structurally unsound row house involved stabilizing the building with helical concrete piers imbedded as much as 60 feet into the ground. Read more

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the architect is in the architect is in

McInturff Architects' second monograph, In Residence (The Images Publishing Group, 2007), takes up the body of work completed since 2000. Read more

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hideaway village hideaway village

You'd be surprised where and what you can build when you think on top, between, and inside the boxes. Read more

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