Anne R. Jaffe, AIA
Anne Jaffe started her own practice in 1993 and has been working in the greater DC area ever since, renovating homes ranging from historic Capitol Hill properties to single-family Chevy Chase homes to Adams Morgan apartments. After receiving her undergraduate degree in Fine Arts from Brown University, Anne pursued her Master’s in Architecture at Yale University. Upon returning to the DC area, Anne started her professional career at Hartman Cox Architects before venturing out on her own.
Over the past twenty years, Anne has worked on a wide variety of residential projects. She enjoys the opportunity each new project brings to find creative and innovative solutions to the way each individual homeowner wishes to live. Believing that the essence of a project is truly in the details, Anne works meticulously to ensure that each project – whether a kitchen addition, renovated master suite, or new living room built-in cabinet – is done just right. An avid cook, Anne loves having her family – her husband and three growing children – gathered around her table.
With over twenty years of experience working in the Washington, DC, area, Anne Jaffe has crafted a practice based on designing individual, beautiful spaces. We focus on residential projects ranging in scale from whole house remodels to built-in cabinetry. Our specialty is honing all of the intricacies of your project – the room dimensions, the flow of spaces, your individual style, and the interior details – to create warm, comfortable spaces you will love to live in. With a strong attention to detail and a deep familiarity with the variety of DC area homes, Anne Jaffe and the team guide clients through the design process with care and understanding to ensure that each project fulfills your vision and your home’s possibilities.