The Catholic University of America


Mark McInturff


Mark is a native of Washington DC and received his B. Architecture from the University of Maryland School of Architecture with its first graduating class in 1972.? He is an Adjunct Associate Professor at The Catholic University of America where he teaches the Fall Urban Practice studio and as well as thesis research and design throughout the year. He taught at the University of Maryland from 1980-2008, and was appointed as the University of Maryland Kea Professor for Spring 2003. 

McInturff Architects, founded in 1986, has a diversified client base which includes residential, commercial and small institutional projects, with a focus on highly crafted projects, The work of the firm has been frequently published locally, nationally, and internationally. The firm has received more than 275 design awards, including a 2003 AIA Institute Honor Award for Interior Architecture, a 2005 AIA Institute Honor Award for Regional and Urban Design for the firm’s part in the design of Cady’s Alley in Georgetown, and, in 2006, a second Institute Honor Award for Interior Architecture for the Woolly Mammoth Theatre. McInturff was elevated to the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects in 2000.

The firm is the subject of two monographs published by The Images Publishing Group of Australia,?In Detail: McInturff Architects (2001), and In Residence: McInturff Architects (2007). A third monograph, In House: McInturff Architects, is scheduled for release in Spring 2013.