Registered Architect in MD, VA & DC (NCARB)
In independent practice for over 20 years, Mr. Lippincott is
experienced and accomplished in all areas of architectural services
from master planning through construction administration. He brings
his love of residential architecture, trained eye for exquisite
detail, and appreciation of the craft of fine building to his
specialty in the design of distinctive custom homes.
A second-generation architect, Mr. Lippincott also provides the
Washington presence and carries forward the tradition for the
venerable Philadelphia firm of Cope & Lippincott, Architects.
Mr. Lippincott’s residential projects have been featured on “This Old
House”, and published projects include his Vermont Lakefront
Residence. Other notable projects include an 1840’s farmhouse
renovation, homes in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia; a dive
facility in Andros Island, The Bahamas, as well as Quaker Friends’
Meeting Houses in Annapolis, Maryland Damariscotta, Maine; and in
Prior to establishing his own firm, Mr. Lippincott worked with
Stanmyre & Noel Architects, in Reston Virginia. His projects included
commercial and residential developments and town homes, for which the
firm received a regional Finest Family Living Award and a county Best
Office Building (10,000 SF) award in 1990.
As Associate at A+B+S Architects Group, Washington DC (1981-1987), Mr.
Lippincott’s work consisted of a number of significant commercial,
residential and restaurants projects, and was the recipient of the
1986 District of Columbia Historic Preservation Award.
Mr. Lippincott’s professional work also includes employment as Project
Architect, Worby & Robinson Architects, London, England, and as
Architectural Advisor to the Borough of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania,
Façade Improvement Program, responsible for the restoration and
renovation of it Victorian Main Street.
Mr. Lippincott was educated in Philosophy at Haverford College, earned
his Master of Arts in Architecture at The University Pennsylvania
Graduate School of Fine Arts, and was Exchange Scholar, Carpenters
Company, London, England.