SMG Architects is now SM+P Architects

Our name may have changed, but our commitment to our work and clients never will. Welcome to our new site.

SM+P Architects brings a custom, crafted approach to every project.

From historic preservations and leading laboratories to private residences and five-star restaurants, SM+P Architects is responsible for some of Baltimore's most notable architecture.
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Modern Residence (2004) PA: Charles Patterson
Modern Residence
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The Hippodrome Theater (2004)
The Hippodrome Theater
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Historic

SM+P Architects has helped to restore famous buildings in the Baltimore region, including the B&O Railroad Museum, Bromo Seltzer Tower, and many more landmarks.

We take pride in preserving, restoring, and maintaining the historic buildings that make up our collective architectural heritage.
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Bromo Seltzer Tower (2007)
PA: Walter Schamu
Bromo
Seltzer Tower
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B&O Railroad Museum (2004)
B&O Railroad Museum
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Technical

SM+P Architects understands the complexities involved with designing and building spaces for leading health care and research organizations.

SM+P has completed over 100 laboratories, has 25+ years of Public School Experience and a multitude of various projects that are more technical in nature. Our skills in precision and technical detail show through our list of recognized clients, including: The National Institute of Health, the US Environmental Protection Agency, Howard, Baltimore City and Baltimore County Public School Systems.
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Global Resource Recyclers (2007)
Global Resource Recyclers
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Centennial Lane ES
K-12 School Experience
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Modern

As a growing practice at SM+P Architects, our modern restaurant and residential work has garnered much acclaim in recent years.

Our restaurant clients include some of the area's top dining destinations, like Woodberry Kitchen, The Food Market, Mt. Washington Tavern, and many others.
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Modern Residence (2004)
PA: Charles Patterson
Modern Residence
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