Colonial Williamsburg

Merchant’s Square is a group of scholarly buildings inspired by English Georgian traditional architecture. They feature details such as Doric pilasters, rubbed and gauged arches, sash windows, weatherboarding and slate roofs which you might find on any traditional High Street. They make characterful but undemonstrative additions to a sensitive historic location, reinforcing rather than detracting from the setting of Colonial Williamsburg.



Virginia, USA.

Year of Build



2005 – Virginia Masonry Association. Best use of masonry.

2005 – Association for Commercial Real Estate. Award for outstanding contribution to the quality of life in the region.

Quinlan Terry Architects LLP is a limited liability partnership registered in England and Wales.