Patrick McDonough is a Registered Architect with a strong commitment to traditional design. His historic preservation background has instilled him with a respect for American and European architectural precedent which inspires his creative new designs. He earned a Bachelor Architecture degree from the University of Florida, a Masters of Architecture and a Masters of Historic Preservation from the University of Pennsylvania, and a certificate from the Preservation Institute of Nantucket. Patrick joined John Milner Architects in 1994 and became a Senior Associate of the firm in 2006. In 2009 he received the prestigious Young Architect Award from AIA Philadelphia. Patrick is a member of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the founder and president of “Students for Historical Preservation Society” Chapter at the University of Florida, and serves on several boards including the Board of Penn Design Alumni Association and the Westtown Township Historic Commission. His work has been published in County Lines Magazine, This Old House Magazine, and Clem Labine’s Period Homes. In his free time, Patrick trains for marathons and manages a team for the East Side Little League and serves on the Field Acquisition Committee.