Claudia Diamond, Guess the Building Champion

Each month in our newsletter, we include a photo of a building somewhere in Baltimore and ask our readers to quickly identify it. The first person to get it right gets recognized in the next newsletter and the satisfaction of winning. The competition is stiff and the replies are swift. Out of the dozens of responses we get each month, a few dedicated readers have set themselves apart with their deep knowledge of Baltimore’s buildings and lightning fast response rate.

Church of the Redeemer Tour

February 18 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm. The AIA Baltimore Historic Resources Committee (HRC) and Baltimore Architecture Foundation (BAF) will celebrate the AIA and BAF relocation to the new Baltimore Center for Architecture and Design in the Mies van der Rohe designed One Charles Center building with a series of tours of historic Mid-Century Modern buildings in Baltimore.

Announcing the Jim Dilts Publication Award

For the first time the BAF presented the Jim Dilts Publication Award to a local author and historian who is working toward publishing a new work, which expands upon the existing canon of knowledge of Baltimore’s built environment.

2020 Groundhog Day Party & Fundraiser Sponsorship Opportunities

Sponsor the 2020 Groundhog Day Party & Fundraiser, the BAF’s biggest party and fundraiser—a one-of-a-kind party thrown at a one-of-a-kind location. Sponsoring the Groundhog Day Party supports BAF and its many programs, from fostering the next generation of architects, to promoting the value of Baltimore’s architectural legacy to the public

2020 Groundhog Day Party & Fundraiser

Saturday, February 1, 2020. Join the Baltimore Architecture Foundation in our annual celebration of Groundhog Day at a Baltimore architectural landmark. Each year the BAF celebrates the meteorological prophesying of furry marmots at an architectural landmark in Baltimore. Join us at the Food Hub!

2019 Wrap Up – President’s Message

This year has been unique and exciting for the Baltimore Architecture Foundation. 2019 marks the 32nd anniversary of the BAF. For over three decades, the BAF has encouraged the public to explore Baltimore architecture—to be mindful of the area’s history, recognize Baltimore’s architectural heritage, and appreciate its design innovations.