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Reginald Hodgin Cude, American architect. Certified National Council Architectural Registration Boards.


Cude, Reginald Hodgin was born on May 9, 1936 in Greensboro, North Carolina, United States. Son of Ernest Hodgin and Ann Smith (Hodgin) Cude.


Bachelor of Architecture, North Carolina State University, 1959.


Intern McMinn, Norfleet & Wicker, Architects, Greensboro, North Carolina, 1959-1960. With Abraham W. Geller, New York City, 1961, Marcel Breuer Associates, New York City, 1962. Architect I.M. Pei & Partnership, 1962-1965.

Associate Mariani & Associates, Washington, 1966-1968, principal, vice president, 1968-1984, executive vice president, 1984-1992. Principal Mariani Archs./Planners (formerly Mariani & Associates), 1992—2004. Consultant practice Arlington, Virginia, since 2004.

Consultant Department Justice, Washington, 1983. Consultant architect Mount St. Mary's College, Emmitsburg, Maryland, 1982-1990.


  • Certified National Council Architectural Registration Boards.


  • Other Work

    • Principal works include J.V. Dahlgren Medical Library., Georgetown University, 1968, Paul Robeson School, Washington, 1975, Nevils Student Apartments, Georgetown University, 1983, Village "C" Student Residence, Georgetown University, 1986, Greene Fine Arts Complex, University Düsseldorf. C., 1977, County General Hospital, Indiana, 1972, Beall Office Building, Alexandria, Virginia, 1983, Protoype Metrobus Facility, Rockville, Maryland, 1983, Master Plans, Mount St. Marys College, 1985, Catholic University American, 1990, University Bookstore and Central Grounds Parking Facility, University Virginia, 1993, Shady Grove Metro Parking Facility, Montgomery County, Maryland, 2003, others.


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Member Arlington County Landmark Review Board, Virginia, 1983-1988, chairman design review committee, 1987-1988. Member Arlington Schools Capital Improvement Task Force, 1989. President Waycroft-Woodlawn Civic Association, Arlington, 1980.

Pro bono architect Rock Springs Nursery School, Arlington, Virginia, 1975, William Watters Memorial Foundation, McLean, Virginia, 1996-2001, Dumbarton United Methodist Church, Washington. With United States Army, 1960. Member American Institute of Architects (chapter design awards 1980, 83, 84, regional design award 1983, Washingtonian Residential Design award 1984, Masonry Institute Design award 1987).


Married Nancy Virginia Worrall, December 31, 1966. Children: Jonathan Christopher, Jennifer Elizabeth.

Ernest Hodgin Cude

Ann Smith (Hodgin) Cude

Nancy Virginia Worrall

Jonathan Christopher Cude

Jennifer Elizabeth Cude