Architect Mark Spangler formed Mark Spangler Architecture in 1992. From the beginning, the primary goal of Mark Spangler Architecture has been to provide clients with unique architectural solutions that work within a realistic budget. In addition to being a licensed architect, Mark also holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Interior Design.

Fusing the two disciplines, Mark Spangler Architecture produces designs that exceed client's expectations both aesthetically and functionally. For those who know and appreciate beautiful and intelligent design, Mark Spangler Architecture is the ideal choice for clients who seek architectural excellence.

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  City Richmond, VA
  Zip code 23230
  Address 1805 Highpoint Ave
  Phone (804) 432-4739
Warm Springs

Warm Springs

Apr 23, 2017
We worked with Mark for 11 months designing our dream home. During the entire process, Mark integrated our hopes for the perfect home with his own ideas. We could not be more pleased with the final product. Mark is very professional while still providing a personal touch. Thank you Mark, for giving us our dream home. Our visions were exponentially achieved... Full review ›
Martin Brill

Martin Brill

Feb 28, 2017
Mark designed my 8,000 square foot home in Goochland in 1993 and a 4,000 square foot home in 2011. The 1993 home was a classic French country design which exceeded my expectations. The attention to detail and conformity to the design style were evident throughout the home. The design of the 2011 home was equally as impressive. Mark is very professional... Full review ›
Rob Voeks

Rob Voeks

Jan 23, 2017
Mark Spangler was at the heart of an extensive renovation we did several years ago. The highest compliment I can pay him is that we love our home as much, if not more, than the day we first moved in. His attention to detail and knowledge of classic styles ensures his work will stand the test of time. Full review ›
Scott Wagner

Scott Wagner

Nov 10, 2016
I've been privileged to work with Mark on various projects for the past 17 years. His understanding of concepts, construction methods and manufacturing protocols is unsurpassed. Over the years, we have had numerous meetings pouring over the details of windows and doors to ensure the client's expectations are met and exceeded. Full review ›
Dr. Jeanne Decker

Dr. Jeanne Decker

Jan 11, 2016
As Michael and I look forward to another year in our wonderful home, we wanted to send you our thanks. It was seven years ago we walked through the construction site of our next door neighbors-to-be. It was like no other house we had ever toured, and we had toured plenty of them. There was an indefinable feel to the architecture that spoke to us. Full review ›
To all my friends in Virginia if you want great architect that does excellent work, please contact Mark Spangler you will be glad you did. Full review ›

Circa 1900 Brook Road additions and renovations. Richmond VA

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Latest construction project in Deltaville, Va. Small Arts and Crafts residence.

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Mark Spangler Architecture would like to thank all the folks that voted us as the #1 readers favorite architect in Richmond Magazines RHome magazine for the 4th year in a row. This is an honor we take

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A recently completed renovation/addtion on Wilton rd. Originally a one story covered porch, so typical of the homes of that era, was anchoring the end of the residence. The owners requested an enclosed

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New project coming off the boards in Richmond, Va. A steep, heavily wooded site. A 3 story, roof top deck capped, "box", clad with corrugated metal, horizontal metal siding, stained T&G wood siding, and

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A custom estate in Powhatan, Virginia designed in 2004. Clean neo-classical detailing in a painted brick and slate roof residence. Influenced by the architecture of charles Platt, an early 20th century

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Goochland barn re purposing project. C.1830 Ridgeline construction doing all the heavy lifting. The trick was changing the structure as little as possible to allow the most light into a hayloft located

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Very proud to be featured in the VCU School of the Arts Alumni highlights. Go Rams!

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