Using the language of traditional architecture, Neumann Lewis Buchanan creates homes that are indelibly connected to their context. Principals David Neumann, Andrew Lewis and Mark Buchanan believe that timeless design and enduring construction rarely happen by chance. With a collective 225 years’ experience designing houses, their firm of nine architects brings an unmatched level of expertise to each project.
While Neumann Lewis Buchanan specializes in traditional design, the architects eschew a signature style; instead, their portfolio of one-of-a-kind projects consistently reflects the particular circumstances of each client and setting. “Our solutions are tailored to our clients’ needs and aspirations,” Neumann notes. “Each project is the hands-on responsibility of one of the firm’s three partners.”
In the Clay Hill project pictured on these pages, Neumann Lewis Buchanan extensively renovated an 1816 Federal-style home. Their efforts were recognized for Residential Design by Washingtonian and the AIA Northern Virginia Chapter, and have been featured in Garden & Gun and Architectural Digest.
In service to clients in the Virginia Piedmont, the firm maintains an office in Middleburg in addition to its headquarters in Washington, DC.