Madison Irwin-Hall

Madison has two Master’s degrees in Architecture and Historic Preservation, combining a passion for the built environment and its preservation. Her analyses look at maintaining as much of the existing material as possible while providing condition assessments and improvements that prolong a building’s life.

Madison knows that the greenest building is the one that was built 20 years ago, and her research at DRAW has solidified this knowledge, leading the design work done within an existing context. Preserving the existing condition leads to a prolonged building life span and benefits occupants by grounding them in history, high-quality craftsmanship, and innovative interiors that foster community and connection.