Angie Westfall, Assoc. AIA

Designer & Researcher

"At its best, preservation engages the past in conversation with the present over a mutual concern for the future."

- William Murtagh, first keeper of the National Register of Historic Places, renowned preservationist, mentor, and friend.

Meets the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualifications Standards for Architecture, Historic Architecture, and Architectural History

Graduate Certificate in Historic Preservation, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Masters of Architecture, University of Hawaii at Manoa

B.A. Business Administration majoring in Marketing, University of Hawaii at Manoa


Angie has been with MASON since 2014.

Angie became aware of the positive impact historic preservation can have in communities while visiting her grandparents in historic New Harmony, IN and decided to pursue a career architecture when struck by the beauty and synergy of a modern Richard Meier visitor's center constructed amid the historic buildings there. Angie has worked in architecture and preservation for nearly 25 years and enjoys the unique challenges of research, documentation, design, entitlements, and construction that each new project affords.

When not working, she enjoys visiting historic buildings, sharing historic places through her work with Docomomo and Historic Hawaii Foundation, hiking in the hills with her dog, and spending time on the ocean.


  • American Institute of Architects, Honolulu Chapter
  • Docomomo US, Hawaii
  • Historic Hawaii Foundation

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