Hill & Hurtt Architects was founded in 2016 by Joshua Hill and Eric Hurtt with a focus on thoughtfully designed homes, integrating sensitivity to scale and context, attention to detail and craft, and current construction techniques and building standards. A client-focused, collaborative process is a key component of our work.
Our portfolio includes new construction, additions, restorations, and renovations, and has garnered awards from Remodeling Magazine, the American Institute of Architects, and the Institute of Classical Art and Architecture.
A graduate of the University of Notre Dame and the University of Maryland, Eric grew up in South Bend, Indiana, where his interest in architecture was influenced by the imprint of the city’s social and industrial history on its built environment. As a lifelong student of material culture and architectural history, Eric finds inspiration in both traditional and modern design principles as well as building craft and construction techniques. In addition to Hill & Hurtt Architects, Eric has served as an adjunct faculty member and frequent guest reviewer at the University of Maryland’s School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation. Eric resides with his wife in University Park, Maryland and is active in the local music scene.
Mary-Margaret received a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Kentucky, where she developed a passion for historic homes and architecture and held an internship with the Lexington Fayette Urban-County Government’s Division of Historic Preservation. Believing that each decision has the ability to positively affect the daily lived experience, Mary-Margaret is captivated by the beauty and practicality of details, large and small, that make a house a home. Mary-Margaret serves as a Steering Committee Member for the AIA’s Capital Area Custom Residential Architects Network (CRAN) and is an active member of Silver Silver United Methodist Church. A native Ohioan, Mary-Margaret lives in Silver Spring, MD with her husband and two rapidly growing sons.
A resident Washingtonian and graduate of the University of Maryland, Joshua credits studying abroad in Rome, Paris, and the UK with informing his understanding of architecture as the thoughtful and deliberate relationship between spaces. He considers each project a unique opportunity to balance beauty with function and comfort. Joshua has served as an adjunct faculty member and frequent guest reviewer at the University of Maryland’s School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation, and currently serves as Vice President on the Equality Chamber of Commerce DC’s Board of Directors. Josh can often be found strolling the streets of Mt. Pleasant with his husband, dog, and camera.
Well versed in both commercial and residential architecture, Bradley holds degrees from both Kent State University and Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. A native of the Washington area, Bradley has also lived, worked, and studied in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.
Liran received a Bachelor of Architecture from Drexel University. He is a Boston area native and passionate about sustainability.