Margaret Mook, RA

senior associate

Project Manager

Historic Preservation Architect


38 years experience

18 years with architrave p.c., architects


Margaret lives, works, and gardens on Capitol

Hill, the largest historic district in the country.


Her projects at architrave have ranged from

metal buildings to fine woodworking; from a

single 35 sf monument to a 65,000 sf

greenhouse complex; from 19th century historic structures to 21st century construction.



Master of Architecture, Carnegie-Mellon University

Bachelor of Arts, Pennsylvania State University


Professional Registration

Architecture (DC, VA), NCARB



project architect:

National Museum of American History, SI

Renovate Carmichael Auditorium

(Warner Bros. Theater)


Suitland Collections Center, MD, SI

Construct Greenhouse Complex

Repair/Replace Garber Buildings 1, 1A, and 2

for Fleet Management


Anacostia Museum and the Center for African

American History and Culture ADA and Life Safety Compliance, (Anacostia Community Museum), SI

Life Safety and Systems Upgrades


project manager:

Modernization and Temporary Space for Engine

Company No. 27, DC-DGS, Washington, DC


historic preservation architect:

Monocacy Aqueduct Stabilization and Rehabilitation

Maryland State Monument Rehabilitation,

Antietam National Battlefield, NPS


Recognition of Building Projects

Shaare Torah, City of Gaithersburg Planning Award, Civic

Use Category, for excellence in design and compatibility

of religious facilities, educational uses, parks, or public gathering spaces

Anacostia Community Museum, Committee of 100 for the Federal City, 2002 Vision Award

Ellen Wilson Redevelopment, AIA Honor Award for

Urban Design (with Weinstein Associates)