Bromo Seltzer Tower Tour

At long last, the Bromo Seltzer Tower is finished and ready to reopen as the Baltimore Arts Tower. The Baltimore Architecture Foundation will be presenting a tour at Noon On Tuesday, December 11th. The Tour is free to BAF members…

Fall Forum :: Adam Gross, FAIA

This is a reminder that our next Forum in the Fall series will be presented by Adam Gross, FAIA and will cover a range of topics related to Urban Design in Baltimore and the environs of Pratt Street

Baltimore’s role in building the US Capitol

As part of the U.S. Capitol Historical Society’s annyal fall symposium, Scholar Ben Schwantes will present his research on Baltimore’s Poole and Hunt Foundry and the building of the US Capitol Building. The U.S. Capitol Historical Society Annual Fall Symposium…

Preserving Baltimore’s Modern Buildings

Michael Murphy, AIA will speak about recent activities of CHAP and the need to expand our awareness of the importance of and protection of 20th century architecture in all parts of Baltimore. The Baltimore Architecture Foundation presents its 2007 Fall…

Ft. McHenry Visitors Center

September 26—Gay Vietzke, superintendent of Fort McHenry National Monument & Historic Shrine, and Alan Reed, AIA, president and design principal of GWWO, Inc./Architects, discuss plans for the new Fort McHenry Visitor and Education Center. Wednesdays at noon, the public is…