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Hi, I’m Stewart Smith

What I love about being an Architect is helping people like you create something wonderful in your life !

Yeah, that means something related to a building, like your home, but not always. It can also be about your property,  your enjoyment of a special view,  or an important and special place inside your home.

Maybe you have an office for your business that just doesn’t perform well as a space to be in – especially considering all the money you sink into the lease. I’ve been in your shoes on that one.

The way I look at Architecture is, it’s a service – and Architects should be in the profession to provide a service to you.  It’s not about us.  It’s not about me.

Your project has importance and meaning to you.  It is not meant to be an opportunity for an Architect to show off their self-important art form – at your expense.

This business is personal.   It has to be … in order for you to benefit.  So, you need to be comfortable with your Architect – and be assured that you are being heard.

I love every opportunity to see how I can help someone like you with a desire to enhance your surroundings…where you live or work.

If you have a project in mind, and think you might need some design help and guidance, contact me.


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Stewart Smith, AIA

has been engaged in residential design, development, construction, and project coordination for over 20 years. His experience includes work as general contractor and subcontractor for a variety of residential projects. He applies his construction experience for the benefit of clients in renovations and additions to existing structures and facilities.

Stewart’s project design coordination and management experience also includes retail centers, commercial office buildings, banks, and tenant build-outs. He serves in all phases of design and construction contract administration.

Stewart is a registered architect, licensed in the state of Maryland, and a member of the American Institute of Architects.