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Articles

  • The Georgetowner, August 1-23, 2012, “Outerbridge Horsey: An Architect of Georgetown”
  • Washington Life Magazine, May 2012, “An American Place” photo article of Watergate apartment
  • Chesapeake Home Magazine, July/August 2003, "Outdoor Rooms"
  • Washingtonian Magazine, June 2003, “Award-Winning Homes" - Weinmann House
  • Washingtonian Magazine, June 1997, “Award-Winning Homes" - Bull House, Herrick House
  • DC AIA Magazine, June 1995, Emerging Firms, profile of firm: “Horsey and Thorpe Architects, A Commitment to the Community"
  • Washingtonian Magazine, June 1994, “Award-Winning Homes: Something Old-Something New
  • The Georgetowner, December 7-13, 1993, “The Ultimate Map of Georgetown"
  • The Northwest Current, December 1-14, 1993, Real Estate Portfolio “Noteworthy"
  • The Georgetown Current, December 1-14, 1993, “Charting Georgetown Now & Then"
  • Washington Times, November 17, 1993, About Town, “Putting Georgetown on the Map"
  • Washington Post Magazine, November 14, 1993, J Street, “Streetwise in Georgetown"
  • Washington Post Mag., November 5, 1993, Style Section, “Architects Nab Design Honors" by B. Forgey
  • Washington Post Magazine, May 3, 1992, Spring Home & Design Issue, “Let there be Light."
  • New Dominion, The Magazine for and about Northern Virginia, March/April 1991, “A Country Club in your Back Yard" by Annette Wilkerson Porter

Publications

  • 21st Century Homes, Panache Partners, publication Fall 2011
  • Dream Homes of Greater Washington DC, Panache Partners, 2007, pp. 202-211
  • Creating A New Old House - Yesterday's Character for Today's Home, R. Versaci, Taunton Press 2003, Newtown, CT. The project at Myrtle Grove is one of six featured in this book.
  • Map of Georgetown, copyright Outerbridge Horsey, Florence Stone and Merle Thorpe.
    Published December 1993 by the Georgetown Map Project.
    Map of present-day Georgetown with particular reference was given to historic sites, public green spaces and the street as a document of the history of Georgetown."

Lectures

  • "Architecture of Delight: The American Garden Folly"
  • “Planning an Old House Rehabilitation" slide lecture at Old House Day sponsored by The National Building Museum and the Center for Historic Houses, National Trust for Historic Preservation, 1995
  • Georgetown Map Project

 

Awards & Recognition

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