Edward Wheeler joined John Milner Architects in 1995 with broad experience in architectural design and historic preservation, and was elevated to Senior Associate in 2005. As a Registered Architect, his expertise includes residential and commercial design for new and existing structures, construction document preparation, and construction review. Ed’s design talents are informed by his deep understanding of historic and classical architectural precedents. He received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and has travelled extensively throughout Western Europe and Asia, specifically for the design of new Residences in Dalian, China. Ed’s residential designs have received the Tucker Design Award from the Building Stone Institute; two Trumbauer Awards from the Philadelphia Chapter of the ICAA; the Brick in Architecture Award from the Brick Industry Association; and a Palladio Award from Traditional Building Media. His work has been published in ‘The Classicist’ No. 10; Period Homes Magazine; County Lines Magazine; The Art of Classical Details and The Classical American House. Edward is a member of the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the Society of Architectural Historians, and has volunteered his time helping to restore Martin’s Tavern in Marshallton, Pennsylvania. He enjoys raising a variety of animals with his family in his ca. 1850 farmhouse and riding his bicycle and motorcycle.