Drawing from a wealth of knowledge in classical forms, Thomas B. Wagner, Architect has developed a distinctive architecture committed to innovative design. In the design of houses, NJ Architect Wagner is one of the most eminent local architects practicing today. Inspired by the legacy of great American and European architecture, he has developed a body of work that focuses on architectural beauty within a variety of stylistic vocabularies.
As a fully licensed and insured architectural firm, located in Haddonfield, New Jersey, The firm of Thomas B. Wagner, Architect has over 30 years of residential as well as commercial/public project experience. Their work is well known in South Jersey, and they have completed a variety of projects for local municipalities, Boards of Education, as well as commercial offices and retail shops in many South Jersey towns.
However, their most sought after experience is in the high quality design, remodeling, and new construction residential houses, retail and office projects that they have completed for their clients in Haddonfield, Cherry Hill, Voorhees and Moorestown. They have additional expertise in multi-use residential projects such as Haddonfield’s Kings Court Retail and Condominium Complex and the new Haddon Heights Kings Run Senior Living Complex. In addition, Mr. Wagner has completed many historic preservation projects such as Haddonfield’s Mable Kay Senior Hospitality House, the Borough’s new Public Works Facility and many of Haddonfield and Moorestown’s beautiful historic residences.
The firm of Thomas B. Wagner, Architect has over 30 years of residential as well as commercial/public project experience
Mr. Wagner is a graduate of Temple University where he received their highest honors for the graduating class in both 1977 and 1978. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects and the West Jersey Society of Architects. Mr. Wagner is a retired Vice Chairman of the Haddonfield Historic Preservation Commission where he was a member for eighteen years.
NJ Architect Thomas B. Wagner