Historic Williamsburg
Williamsburg, VA
Restoration – 1931 to 1933
Charlottesville, VA
Restoration – 1935 to 1954
Keene, VA
Restoration – 1937 to 1980
United States Embassy
Canberra, Australia
Expansion – 1957 to 1960
Historic Meeting Street
Charleston, SC
Restoration, Reuse, Additions – 1980
Virginia Governor’s Mansion
Richmond, VA
Restoration – 1988
Lincoln Memorial
Washington, DC
Preservation and Restoration Consultant – 1991
Jefferson Memorial
Washington, DC
Preservation and Restoration Consultant – 1991
Keswick Hall & Golf Clubhouse
Keswick, VA
Master Planning and Architecture – 1993
Esmont Farm
Albemarle County, VA
Historic Preservation and Additions – 2003
Old Parkland Campus
Dallas, TX
Master Planning, Architecture, Interior Design – 2009 to 2016

Milton Grigg

Continuing Legacy

Dalgliesh Gilpin Paxton Architects continues the architectural legacy of its founder, renowned architect and preservationist Milton Latour Grigg, FAIA.  Prior to establishing his practice in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 1933, Mr. Grigg worked on the initial restoration of Colonial Williamsburg.  His principled client relationships, stylistic flexibility, and respect for a project’s context and history continue to shape our practice today.  Henry J. Browne furthered the firm’s focus on historic preservation during his leadership, and John D. Dalgliesh broadened our practice to include global residential, resort, and hospitality projects.