Graduating from Virginia Tech's architecture program in 1985, Pete apprenticed with Architecture firms in New York City and Boston. Seeking a broad experience, he worked on projects ranging from small shops and restaurants in NYC's SOHO district to the 21 million dollar A.I.A. gold medal-winning Hostos Community Center. Fostering an interest in vernacular buildings and the patterns of small towns, Pete moved to the Shenandoah Valley in 1995. In Carter + Burton Architecture, he has found a firm who shares a design philosophy which respects a building's relationship to time as well as to its surroundings.

Education

1985  Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, Bachelor of Architecture
1983  Participant in European Study-Abroad Program

Architectural Practice

2001 – Present  Carter + Burton Architecture, P.L.C., Berryville, VA
1995 – 2001  Turnure Architecture, Middleburg, VA
1991 – 1995  Krueger Associates, Architectural Firm, Cambridge, MA
1989 – 1991  Walter Eric Kluz Associates, Architectural Firm, Boston, MA
1987 – 1989  Hirsch/Danois Partnership, Architecture Firm, New York, NY
1986 – 1987  Studio Morsa Architecture and Design, New York, NY
1985 – 1986  Frederick Goldberg Architect, New York, NY

Continuing Experience

RESTORE Masonry Restoration Program, provisionally chartered by the Regents of the University of the State of New York, New York City, NY

Professional Affiliations

  • Registered Architect - State of Massachusetts (1991)
  • LEED GA - Green Associate Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design

Community Service

  • Board of Architectural Review (BAR), Winchester Virginia
  • Old Town Neighbors Association, Winchester, VA, Co-Chair (Past)
  • Unitarian Universalist Church of the Shenandoah Valley, Stephens City, VA, Building Committee (Past)