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Murphy and Dittenhafer Architects helped renovate Brown Memorial Park Avenue and Roland Park Presbyterian churches while keeping their historic look and feel.
With Revit, Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects can give a client a complete picture of their design early on, allowing for important discussions and feedback.
The new library, which opened in October 2018, is ‘so much more than a place to go get a book,’ says Todd Grove of Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects.
The job will require Murphy & Dittenhafer’s innovative design and the work of numerous specialists to clean and bring back delicate fixtures that date from the 1930s.
This “emerging talent” is paired with experienced Architects in a collaborative environment while keeping the firm infused with new ideas, says Frank Dittenhafer.
Frank E. Dittenhafer recalls his inspired days as an Architecture student at Penn State and how far he’s come since then.
Part of an ongoing contract with Howard County, Md., Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects studied the 1840s era stone bank barn for possible future uses.
Downtown Inc’s new ‘historically edgy’ slogan resonates with Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects’ work in York, from its long-standing interest in and involvement with finding new uses for older and historic buildings in York City.
Murphy and Dittenhafer Architects is committed in practical ways to supporting arts in downtown York and the community as a whole.
The firm won this year’s Excellence in Historic Preservation award from AIA Baltimore and a Good Design=Good Business Award and Honor Award from AIA Central PA.