The much-needed addition by Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects was created to be flexible and consistent with the architecture of St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church.
Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects recently presented the conceptual design for the Downtown Shenandoah Innovation and Event Center.
The Western Maryland Community College underwent updates, improvements, and modernization.
The two-story school will feature a green roof, outdoor amphitheater, and three playgrounds.
The team at Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects employs adaptive reuse to revitalize downtown relics some might consider “white elephants.”
As a York Central Market board member for over ten years, Frank Dittenhafer recalls the uphill climb of the Downtown York centerpiece.
Three of the firm's projects were recently recognized for their contributions to Architectural design and community engagement.
“At the end of the day, we’re supporting the quality of people’s lives with these projects,” says Frank Dittenhafer of Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects.
The project is a blending of new and old, with a ‘wonderfully harmonizing’ economical and contemporary design.
Three downtown York projects were recognized during The 2017 Commonwealth Awards, a 10,000 Friends of Pennsylvania signature recognition program
The space inside the former used furniture store has served not only the architectural firm and its Interiors division but the community, as well.
“For us, it’s about relationships, about making a better life for people where you can,” says Frank Dittenhafer.
Frank Dittenhafer of Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects discusses the future – and importance of – actual buildings.
The AIA Central PA Architects Foundation Fund chose Christina Accomando to receive its annual scholarship.
The history of M&D at Penn State York is one of innovation and of shared success.
Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects' co-founder accepts Governor Tom Wolf’s appointment to Capitol Preservation.
Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects’ work on the library included everything from a new entrance to interior design.
Preservation Pennsylvania honors Murphy & Dittenhafer's work on York College of Pennsylvania’s Center for Community Engagement.
Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects shape vision for York’s future with design for John McElligott’s Innovation District.
Architectural firm’s Baltimore office is an ideal location for a group of people with a passion for history and architecture.
Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects connects with York County YMCA on a number of levels.
After breaking ground on the $26 million project at Prince George’s Community College last year, M&D and its partners have been hard at work on the "transformation project."
Architect Todd Grove says the end goal for the project is all about balance: keeping durable elements but adding a modern feel and efficiency.
“This is not just another project,” says Frank Dittenhafer. “It is going to change, in a very positive way, the landscape of downtown York.”
The firm brings new life to older properties as it makes them more relevant for how people live and work today.
As time and styles change, churches today are continuously trying to find new ways to welcome people into their worship and fellowship spaces.
Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects works with closely with the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education to update aging buildings.
Jonathan Taube’s keen interest in searching for the story in his work aligns well with Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects’ approach to projects.
Todd Grove, who joined the firm in 1987, ‘has a way of maximizing the potential of anything that he works on.’
The goal for Murphy & Dittenhafer’s portion of the project is to preserve the authentic exterior appearance and make interior improvements that align with the period and style of the building.
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