The office of Mark Alan Hewitt FAIA has served residential, institutional and commercial clients throughout the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area since 1985. Founded as Hewitt Architects (later Hewitt/Wilkes, Architects), the firm has specialized in historic preservation and traditional residential design, with projects ranging from Greenwich Village to Atlantic County, New Jersey.

Principal Mark Alan Hewitt is a registered architect and architectural historian with over 30 years experience in the field. He has taught at leading schools of architecture, including Rice, Columbia, the University of Pennsylvania and the New Jersey Institute of Technology. His numerous publications on architecture and historic preservation include the award-winning The Architect and The American Country House (Yale University Press, 1990) and Gustav Stickley's Craftsman Farms: The Quest for an Arts & Crafts Utopia (Syracuse University Press, 2001). He was the recipient of a Graham Foundation Fellowship in 1985, an NEH/Winterthur advanced fellowship in 1996, and won first prize in the 1995 Great American Home Awards sponsored by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. He is currently on the faculty of  the Rutgers Art History Department.

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