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Broadhurst Architects, Inc.

Broadhurst Architects, Inc.
Washington DC Thoughtful Residential Architecture Firm

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Broadhurst Architects, Inc. was established in 2001 as a full service architectural firm with a major focus on high quality residential projects of various scales and programs. Broadhurst Architects has gained a reputation for assisting their clients to achieve well developed, functional, and comfortable spaces that add to their enjoyment of their homes and add pleasure to their lives. Upon receipt of his Masters Degree from the University of Maryland in 1985, Jeffery Broadhurst continued his practical education and development in the office of his Masters Thesis advisor, Stephen Muse, FAIA, and also profited from his association with Gregory Wiedemann, AIA, during their years of partnership. Mr. Broadhurst served as an associate in the firm and benefited from fourteen years of exceptional experience on a multitude of often published and award winning projects. The design philosophy of Broadhurst Architects, Inc. is that all work should be thoughtfully considered, and that the projects should be designed so that they are respectful of their surroundings. Thoughtful consideration includes several aspects. Foremost, an effective architect must be a good listener. Thoughtful design starts with a clear understanding of the client’s concerns, lifestyle, and goals. Successful projects are generated from an open, honest, and collaborative relationship between the owner, the architect, and eventually the contractor. Thoughtful design often means considering various ways that the client’s goals can be achieved. These options are then discussed and the discussions guide the project in the most appropriate direction. Thoughtful design also means careful, realistic consideration of the project relative to the project budget. Broadhurst Architects, Inc. believes that projects should be respectful of their surroundings and context. For some projects, such as an addition to a fine old home, this might mean that the addition is designed to be respectful to the original residence. Building materials, roof shapes, connections, etc., are thoughtfully considered to achieve an appropriate, integrated, and often seamless whole. Projects should also be respectful of their sites, their adjacent neighbors, and the community. Residential additions and new homes should be thoughtfully designed to respond appropriately to the land on which they sit, and to be good neighbors to those around them.
Services Provided

Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Attic Conversion, Barn Design & Construction, Basement Design, Basement Remodeling, Bathroom Design, Building Design, Custom Homes, Deck Design, Drafting, Historic Building Conservation, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Home Remodeling, Home Restoration, Kitchen Remodeling, New Home Construction, Pool House Design & Construction, Rooftop Deck Installation, Remodeling

Areas Served

Ashton-Sandy Spring, Bethesda, Brookmont, Chevy Chase, Chevy Chase Village, DC (Washington), Forest Glen, Germantown, North Bethesda, Potomac, Silver Spring, University Park, Washington, Rockville


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