Maureen Vosmek has combined a love of art and architectural history in a highly successful preservation and design career, sharing her talents on many challenging projects for diverse stakeholders. She appreciates a collaborative and inclusive approach to design that results in beautiful, meaningful spaces that engage and inspire people.
Maureen’s portfolio includes high-profile, complex projects that require expertise in balancing preservation with opportunities created through sustainable strategies, adaptive use, and forward-thinking community development. She has completed many projects in the cultural and civic realm in particular.
Maureen brings an insightful design sensibility to each project, evoking the essence and history of a building or site and discerning opportunities for new design elements that will enhance the existing architecture and sense of place. She enjoys bringing old and new together to create physically, socially, and culturally rich environments to pass on to future generations.
Master of Architecture, Historic Preservation, University of Maryland, 2008
Bachelor of Arts, Art History, Studio Art, Franklin and Marshall College, 1996