On November 13 and 14, 2019, volunteers from Future Architects Resources (FAR)/Kids in Design, and architecture firm GWWO, Inc., participated in Junior Achievement (JA) Inspire. This two-day event at the Timonium Fairgrounds provided 8,000 eighth-grade students in Baltimore County Public Schools with an opportunity to explore career paths.The FAR team introduced students to careers in architecture and explained the necessary skills and qualities needed to become an architect.
Design Collective recently returned to the Patterson Park Public Charter School with a series of five lessons where students got to envision a new community center at Patterson Park from research and site analysis to site design. After the project, the students received a tour of Pierce’s Park and visited the Design Collective office.
Giving Tuesday is on December 3. Donate to the BAF to support our programs and initiatives that open doors and open minds. Here are just a few initiatives that you support by donating to the Baltimore Architecture Foundation. Thanks to your support, we continue to grow and deliver exciting programs that align with our mission to celebrate design and the built environment.
Doors Open Baltimore 2019 was the biggest Doors Open yet with over 10,000 visits throughout the weekend to 56 sites across the city and 17 special tours. The event continues to make an impact in Baltimore.
We are proud to announce the winners of the Golden Griffin and Roger D. Redden Awards.
Dear One Charles Center, From the moment I stood among your columns, towering in forestlike urban heights, my face awash in the dazzling reflection of your colossal stack of windows, I knew you would do something powerful to my heart.…