Mark McInturff

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Mark McInturff

MARK MCINTURFF IS A BUILDER'S kind of custom architect in that he doesn't let his... More

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Hall Of Fame

DURING HIS INDUCTION speech at the Pro Football Hall of Fame this past summer,... More

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Vienna, Va., Residence

Architect Mark McInturff likens this gloriously simple house to a kaleidoscope, and the analogy isn't too far off. More

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Potomac, Md., Residence

The judges marveled at the stand-alone screened porch on this Potomac, Md., project. More

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2006 Custom Home Design Awards

Our independent panel of four judges (two residential architects and two custom... More

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Washington, D.C., Residence

There are architectural details that solve problems and close the gaps between... More

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The Envelope, Please

Architects like to win design awards. More

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McLean, Va., Residence

One measure of a design award entry's impact is how much time the jury spends simply looking at it. More

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Pretty in Plaid

“The ceiling is the only surface that doesn't have to function, so it can contribute a lot to a space,” says architect Mark McInturff. For the dining room in this Laurel Mills, Va., house, taking advantage of the ceiling meant sheathing it in maple plywood to match the floor.  More

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King George, Va., Residence

Adding to a mediocre house is a low-risk proposition; almost any reasonable change is an improvement. More

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