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Steven W. Spandle Architect LLC
Architect / Designer

Steven Spandle is the founding principal of Steven W. Spandle, Architect, a New York-based firm established in 2015 that focuses on the residential market with select historic restoration projects throughout the US.

A native of Georgia, Steven’s fascination with architecture and art is rooted in his childhood and was influenced by frequent visits to historic sites as a young boy. Steven is a graduate of the architecture program at the Georgia Institute of Technology and recipient of the Masters of Classical Architecture from the University of Notre Dame. His coursework, studies abroad, and European travels offered opportunities to research regional and historic variations of classicism. He worked in Atlanta, Boston, and New York before opening his own practice.

Steven is the architect of the Tennis Pavilion, the first free standing addition to the White House grounds in decades. He was recently featured in the White House Historical Association’s podcast, White House: Next-Gen Designers.” Steven has served as a board member of the American Friends of Attingham and is an active member of the ICAA, the Connoisseur Society at George Washington’s Mount Vernon, and the Collector’s Circle at the Winterthur Museum, Library, and Garden. Steven was a speaker on the 2023 ICAA/TEFAF panel titled, “The Future of Classicism” and is the Co-Chair of the Young Artists and Professionals Exhibition for the ICAA’s 2023 Enduring Places conference in Charleston, SC.

Hoboken, NJ 07030

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The White House Tennis Pavilion, built 2020, Washington DC. Steven W. Spandle Architect and Kannalikham Designs, New York.
Living room, New York City, New York. Steven W. Spandle Architect and Christopher Boshears Interior Design. Photography by Pieter Estersohn and styling by Howard Christian.
Sunroom, New Cannan, Connecticut. Steven W. Spandle Architect and Brooke Michie Interiors. Photography by Pieter Estersohn and styling by Howard Christian
The Silver Vault, Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, Connecticut. Steven W. Spandle Architect and Stephen Saitas Design with curators Brandy S. Culp and Linda Roth. Photography by Pieter Estersohn.