Stefan Zastawski, RA


Historic Preservation Architect

Project Manager


20 years experience

16 years with architrave p.c., architects


Drains clogged? Doors and windows need repairs? Can’t find that pesky leak? Or maybe you just need

a place to mount that donated telescope…


Stefan, while at architrave has collaborated with

our consultant teams to solve many of our client’s unique problems. He has provided detailed design and oversight on projects installing cutting edge

and code compliant designs seamlessly into some

of Washington’s most important landmark buildings.


This award winning designer and artist enjoys the technical aspect of preservation as well as

hands-on documentation and restoration.



Master of Architecture, University of Maryland

Certificate in Historic Preservation,

University of Maryland

Bachelor of Science in Architecture,

University of Maryland


Professional Registration

Architecture (DC)



Architect of the Capitol

Earthquake damage survey and artifact documentation


Department of Justice

Documentation of historic elements

7th Floor Suite space plan construction documents


District of Columbia

Renovation and upgrade of District properties


General Services Administration

Facility rehabilitation and roof replacement


National Park Service

Meridian Hill Park, National Historic Landmark,

Washington, DC

Reconstruction of Park Ranger Lodge

Rehabilitation of historic properties


Smithsonian Institution

Helped to maintain and upgrade to current codes almost every building in the museum system


United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Detailed documentation, study, and analysis of the

museum’s limestone facade



1994 – 2002 Assistant, University of Maryland,

Summer Program in Historic Preservation, Cape May,

New Jersey