In the 19th and early 20th centuries Baltimore was a major port of entry for European immigrants. Between 1868 and 1914 over 1.2 million immigrants entered Baltimore through Locust Point and found work in the port, factories and railroads. Come learn how their labor and tireless pursuit of the American Dream propelled Baltimore into the industrial age.
Thursday, November 5 | 6:00 pm. Why do London and Baltimore have row houses while Paris and Minneapolis do not? This was the question that led Charlie Duff to explore the world’s rowhouse cities across the North Atlantic. What he found is that they form an urban family, bound together by architecture, commerce, and politics spanning more than 400 years.
Baltimore, MD (July 26, 2019) – CannonDesign’s Baltimore office opened its doors to students from the Baltimore Design School (BDS) for a new program aimed at providing a glimpse into a day in the life of a designer.
Thursday, September 5 @ 5:00 – 8:00 pm. Learn about Doors Open Baltimore 2019 volunteer opportunities and mingle with fellow Baltimore architecture enthusiasts at the Mt. Vernon Marketplace!
Baltimore, MD (July 8, 2019) – On July 1, AIA Baltimore members and supporters of the Baltimore Architecture Foundation (BAF) headed to the Elkridge Club for an afternoon of golf and lawn games to support the two organizations.
Sunday, June 23 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Join us for a bike tour of historic factories along the Jones Falls. The tour will stop at sites included in the Jones Falls Historic Wayfinding Signage Project that tell the story of the industrial history of the Jones Falls and the lives of its workers, from the early 19th century to the present day. We’ll also be stopping at various landmarks along the way.