Larry Barr
FAIA
Principal

Larry has directed the restoration of many of the nation’s most prominent landmarks. He is an innovator who leads design teams on challenging projects, advocating breakthrough strategies for the use of advanced technology and sustainable concepts to modernize existing and historic buildings.

Larry’s national portfolio of cultural heritage properties includes museums, libraries, performing arts centers, and other celebrated historic sites, from state capitol domes to iconic buildings along the National Mall.

Throughout his career, Larry has elevated the principles of preservation practice, striving for an architectural standard that blends meticulous conservation with bold new design ideas. The results of his fresh and visionary perspective consistently delight clients, patrons, and visitors.

Education

University of Michigan, Master of Architecture, University of Michigan, 1982

Bachelor of Science in Architecture, University of Michigan, 1980

Affiliations

College of Fellows, American Institute of Architects

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