The BAF is heading to Havana, Cuba! Colonial, Soviet, American midcentury, Art Deco, Neoclassical: Havana has an amazing mix of architectural styles dating back some 500 years. Join members of the Baltimore Architecture Foundation on an in-depth cultural exploration of the isle of Cuba
PPPCS is a renowned public charter school in our city that looks to promote a community-centered learning environment and aims to offer students hands-on learning experiences. Through these values, combined with a pre-existing relationship between school faculty and members of our DCI team, we began the planning process for a sustainable partnership focusing on the fifth grade class.
During the Cuban Missile Crisis you were a designated bomb shelter. A large number of city residents were expect to survive an expected Soviet strike by sheltering within your walls, which are four and a half feet thick at the base.
Outreach Team Contest Chair: Anthony Consoli, AIA Designers of Competition Elements: Christina Schaller; Rashaad Mayes, Assoc.AIA; Keia Butts and Frank Szustak Judges: Judges: Bryan Asson; Camessia Johnson, Assoc. AIA; Tara Labosky, AIA; Micaiah Latimer; Frank Szustak and Negar Tabibian, Overview of Event Location: CATN –…
I feel a sentimental connection to 1307 Park Avenue, not owing to my own memories, but a connection to F. Scott Fitzgerald’s life in Baltimore.
April 19 @ 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm. Celebrity Chef Night returns! Architects will have their culinary design prowess put to the test as they compete to create the best dish: hors d’oeuvres, main course, or dessert. Each dish is judged by a local celebrity chef and by you the guests.
My grandfather, Benjamin Eisenberg (1900-1974) was a renaissance man of many talents. In the 1940’s Ben and his wife Eunice traveled to Miami Beach in their Lincoln convertible. There he received inspiration for the late Art Deco design of their home at 2105 Erdman Avenue.