Tom Mulhearn

Mr. Mulhearn has over twenty years of experience in architectural design and has worked on a variety of Restaurant and Commercial Office projects. Mr. Mulhearn has become known for his restaurant work and has over fifteen years experience working with restaurant clients.

Prior to joining 2SCALE, Mr. Mulhearn worked as an Associate Principal for GGA Architects in Washington DC, heading up their Hospitality Division. Mr. Mulhearn has also worked for Interior Architects and Kvell Corcoran Architects in Washington DC.

Mr. Mulhearn's Project Experience includes:

  • Rakuya in Washington, DC
  • Supra in Washington, DC
  • Requin at District Wharf in Washigton, DC
  • Florentijn at District Wharf in Washington, DC
  • Del Mar at District Wharf in Washington, DC
  • Pisco Y Nazca in Washington, DC
  • Gringos and Mariachis at Park Potomac
  • Central Michel Richard, Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, NV, and Revel Casino in Atlantic City, NJ
  • Michel Richard at the Ritz Carlton in Tysons Corner, VA
  • Wicked Waffle in Washington, DC
  • Strip House Restaurant in Houston, TX and Las Vegas, NV
  • Ceiba Restaurant in Washington, DC
  • Acadiana Restaurant in Washington, DC
  • Ben's Next Door (Ben's Chili Bowl) in Washington, DC
  • Rosa Mexicano in Washington, DC
  • Carolina Kitchen Restaurant in Hyattsville, Maryland and Washington, DC
  • Barrel in Washington, DC
  • 201 Bar in Washington, DC
  • The Italian Store in Arlington, VA (Westover)
  • United Brotherhood of Carpenters at 101 Constitution in Washington, DC
  • Ronald Reagan Building - US EPA, US Department of Commerce, and Volkswagen in Washington, DC
  • Goodworks International Headquarters in Washington, DC

Mr. Mulhearn has a Bachelor of Science and Architecture from Catholic University where he was the winner of the Excellence in Thesis Presentation and Best of Thesis Merit Awards in 1997. His award winning designs have been published in a variety of magazines, including Washingtonian and Hospitality Design. Additionally, Central Michel Richard was the winner of the James Beard Foundation's Award for Best New Restaurant in 2008.

Tom Mulhearn