Aggregate is a full-service architecture and design firm based in Washington, DC, that combines the talents and experience of husband and wife team Mark and Lucia Freeman. The firm is driven by its desire to improve the spaces and communities in which we live and work, while building long-lasting relationships along the way.

The Freemans bring this ethos both to their work and to their community. They enjoy taking part in the revitalization of the Mt. Vernon Square neighborhood in downtown DC, where they have lived in a renovated row house since 2007.

Lucia Windsor Freeman

Lucia has spent the last 10 years working for both architecture and interior design firms in Washington, DC, including three years at Architectural Digest's "Top 100 designer" awardee Thomas Pheasant Interiors. She has also worked with Andrew Law Interior Design, Michael Hampton Design and Archeon Architects.

Lucia specializes in interior architecture and custom millwork, high-impact details that are often overlooked in the design process. This eye for detail is part of what sets Aggregate's services apart. Her project experience ranges from small residential renovations to custom homes and luxury interiors.

Lucia received her Master's in Architecture from Tulane University's School of Architecture.

Mark Freeman

Since moving to Washington in 2003, Mark has worked with interior design, architecture and construction firms including award-winning Objet Design, CDI and Studio Crowley-Hall.

Mark brings 10 years of experience in space planning, architectural design, construction detailing and construction project administration to Aggregate. He prides himself on taking a hands-on approach - from design conception through the construction process - in order to ensure a seamless process.

Mark received his Master's in Architecture from Tulane University School of Architecture. He is a licensed architect in Washington, DC, Virginia, and Maryland, and is NCARB certified.

Emma Chammah

Emma joined Aggregate in 2013, bringing with her five years of experience in project management, design-build and art direction, including three years in New York City, where she worked independently on designs for clients in the retail, art and entertainment industries. In her career, she is focusing her conceptual thinking and development skills on bridging the gap between art and architecture, which has been a natural fit for Aggregate.

Emma received her Master's in Architecture from Tulane University's School of Architecture.