Serving the Washington,
DC Metro Area
Bruce Wentworth, AIA, is a practicing architect whose
insights on residential architec-
ture have been published in
House Beautiful, the New York Times, Southern Living, the Washingtonian, Washington
Post, Colonial Homes and Other periodicals. Ask the Architect appears frequently in the Times Mirror news group, and has been featured in titles published by Media General, Network Communications and others.
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Bruce Wentworth, AIA, is a noted architect who has worked in the Washington, DC, Maryland, and Northern, Virginia area for over twenty years. His company, Wentworth, Inc., has built hundreds of his own designs, ranging from modest bungalows to large-scale luxury residences. Passionate about historic architecture, Bruce Wentworth has also completed many renovations of historic homes in the Washington, DC Metro area.

Wentworth’s dedication to residential design and construction while preserving historical architectural style is expressed through his extensive writings and featured projects in Architecture DC, Washingtonian, Luxury Homes, and more. He continues to receive recognition from his industry with project awards from National Association of Remodeling Industry (NARI), Qualified Remodeler, Professional Remodeler, and Remodeling Magazine.

Wentworth graduated from the School of Architecture—University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and is a licensed home-improvement contractor in MD, DC and VA. He and his wife, Eryl, are active participants in Washington, DC’s design and preservation communities. He is also a proud supporter of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works.