Dust off your mashie, buff your niblick, and iron your plus-fours! Join the Baltimore Architecture Foundation at the Elkridge Club for a classic golf outing, car show and good time in support of The Baltimore Architecture Foundation.
Housed in the former quarters of Engine House No. 6, the Baltimore City Fire Museum will open its doors to the public for an entire weekend as one of the newest Doors Open Baltimore 2018 sites
Baltimore, MD (June 4, 2018) – Moseley Architects, formerly Marks, Thomas Architects, held a four-week program with the sixth grade students at Armistead Gardens Elementary/Middle School with the theme “Scales of the City”
The Scholarship program awards up to $500 for exemplary work by students enrolled in an architecture program and recognition at the AIA Baltimore Excellence in Design Awards on October 19 at Center Stage.
National Architecture Week is April 8 – 14, in celebration of Thomas Jefferson’s birthday, which is April 13th. While not educated as an architect, Jefferson is the only U.S. president to be recognized for his architectural affinity.
Entering its 5th year, Doors Open Baltimore has become a highly anticipated city event, winning a Best of Baltimore from Baltimore Magazine in 2017 and drawing thousands of visitors to explore Baltimore’s wealth of neighborhoods and architecture.
Get ready for another day of golf, classic cars, and Southsides! The 2018 BAF Schamu Golf & Auto Classic will take place on June 19th at the Elkridge Club. Our sponsors play a large part in making this annual event a success.