910 Seventeenth Street NW, Suite 1090
Washington, DC 20006
Milton Wilfred Grenfell has since his firm's inception in 1986 committed himself to practicing in the Great Tradition of Western architecture and urbanism. With an active practice encompassing design from town centers to fireplace mantles, Grenfell also finds time to lecture, write essays for a wide number of journals, serve on professional panels, and exhibit internationally. His work has been published in numerous periodicals and the books Building Classical: A Vision of Europe and America (1993), Southern Style (1999), and A Decade of Art & Architecture 1992 - 2002 (2002). He is active in architectural preservation, and is a founding member of the Charlotte Chapter of The Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America. His work has received numerous awards, including the Arthur Ross award in 1997. He is currently designing an extension to the eighteenth century colonial capital of Edenton, North Carolina, involved in an ongoing work on the expansion of Duke University, designing civic buildings for new traditional neighborhoods and a full compliment of high end residential, ranging from upstate New York to Mississippi.