• Nick Dickinson Jr.

    The line between function and aesthetics is blurred and hard to see. That’s for the best. - Nick Dickinson, II

Dickinson Architects

Scope of Services


Interior Design

Site Planning

Master Planning


Work Experience

Education: 2,298,000 SF

Healthcare: 2,565,000 SF

Government: 2,508,000 SF

Office/Industrial 3,158,000 SF











Our Studio
Our Studio

Dickinson Architects has no signature style. There are no recurring motifs in the buildings we design, no elements that mark a Dickinson project.

We’re very proud of that.

We’re proud of the fact that our approach to architecture allows us the freedom to shift from the sacred space of a church sanctuary to the utilitarian requirements of a law enforcement facility. We’re proud to say that each project is built around aesthetic and functional requirements dictated by the site, materials and clients’ wishes.

This sense of architectural freedom comes with more than 25 years experience, a dedicated staff of professionals and the understanding that success means being able to adapt and evolve. What began as a pen-and-paper operation has today evolved into a fully automated digital design studio.

Still, Dickinson Architects understands that its most valuable asset is its people. It’s the reason assigned project managers remain with a building from initial design through final construction. It’s also the reason Dickinson sees more than 50 percent of its business coming from repeat customers.

Over the years, Dickinson Architects has designed more than $300,000,000 worth of new construction, with budgets ranging from modest to mammoth. It’s that kind of experience in new design, adaptive re-use and renovation that allows Dickinson to continue to grow and develop.