Located prominently within the Woodley Park Historic District of the nation’s capital, this 39-unit residential adaptive re-use / urban infill project respectfully integrates a contemporary addition behind four restored historic townhouses built by prolific British developer Harry Wardman. The design employs strategic setbacks to reduce the building’s visual impact on the street, and polychrome brick and rhythmic projecting bay windows to holistically unify old and new. A central courtyard creates a respite from the buildings’ busy urban location and fosters neighborly interaction and the establishment of community. This project establishes new paradigms for successfully integrating contemporary design with historic architecture within established urban contexts.


Client: Malnati Murillo Group (MMG)

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