Monday, June 22, 2015: The Event features lunch, a round of golf on Elkridge’s exclusive course, cocktails, a classic car show, and dinner.
AIABaltimore’s Women in Architecture Committee and the Baltimore Architecture Foundation seek the support of sponsors for a History of Women in Architecture in Baltimore Exhibition in 2015! Sponsorship is tax-deductible, and will benefit research, speaker fees, programming, and creation of…
I wish I could have seen you in your prime. Vestiges of your splendor remain—gilded ballrooms, grand chandeliers, lavish boiserie—that fill my mind with romantic images of your romantic past.
By the time we first met, your doors had been shut. Lights long switched off. And yet there we were. Unaware of each other.
I am a photographer who has studied and researched most of the theaters in Baltimore, but the one I love the most is the Mayfair. It was the building that made me want to become a theater historian and study the fine buildings in Baltimore.
I always thought I grew up in the wrong decade. Noir movies, forties fashions and Art Deco architecture are among my long time favorites. That’s no doubt why, on a recent gray Sunday morning, the Telephone Building at 320 St. Paul Street caught my eye.
I’ve always loved architecture in general and I don’t remember exactly when I fell in love with 39 West Lex, probably because it feels like I always have been.