Michael Middleton Dwyer is an architect practicing in New York City known for renovating historic structures and designing new ones in traditional vocabularies, also known as New Classical Architecture. He is also a writer of architectural history who was the editor of Great Houses of the Hudson River (2001) and author of Carolands (2006).
Dwyer graduated from Columbia College (A.B. 1975) where he studied with the architect Robert A.M. Stern. He also received a degree in architecture from the University of Pennsylvania (M.Arch 1979).
- 35 Meter Cruising Yacht (1995).
- Eleanor Roosevelt Monument, Riverside Park, New York; Penelope Jencks, sculptor; Bruce Kelly/David Varnell, landscape architects; Michael M. Dwyer, architect (1996).
- Cosmopolitan Club, New York; Thomas Harlan Ellett, original architect (1932); Michael M. Dwyer, consulting architect (1996–2008).
- Edgewater Guesthouse, Barrytown, New York (1997).
- Synod of Bishops (originally Francis F. Palmer House; then George F. Baker Jr. house), 75 East 93rd St., New York; Delano & Aldrich, original architect (1918); Michael M. Dwyer, restoration architect (1998).
- Gin Lane Residence, Longview, Southampton, NY (2000).
- Mead's Point Residence, Greenwich, CT (2001).
- Edward S. Lampert Residence, Greenwich, CT (2001).
- Toylsome Place Residence, Stone Cottage, Southampton, NY (2003).
- Jefferys Lane Residence, Sommariva, East Hampton, NY (2009).
- Dwyer, Michael Middleton. Carolands. Redwood City, CA: San Mateo County Historical Association, 2006. ISBN 0-9785259-0-6
- Dwyer, Michael Middleton, ed., with preface by Mark Rockefeller. Great Houses of the Hudson River. Boston, MA: Little, Brown and Company, published in association with Historic Hudson Valley, 2001. ISBN 0-8212-2767-X