In the winter of 1871 the Baltimore Chapter of the AIA was officially established. How would you depict the evolving relationship of architecture and the city of Baltimore during this 150-year period?
What aspects of architecture, city planning, or urbanism have been successful in this historical context? Where did architects fall short of ideals of profession vis-a-vis the built environment?
These are just a few thought-provoking questions the AIA Baltimore Emerging Professionals would like, architects, students, and the public to address by way of an interpretive collage that reflects the architecture and history of this wonderful city AIA Baltimore calls home!
Juwan Mcintyre, Redlining Series, 2018, Digital Collage
Interested in being the next collage featured here? Submit your design by September 30 to Olivia Miles at firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Description: 15 words or less.
Landscape or portrait: 980 x 680 px
Themes we encourage designers to explore:
- Equity in the profession or the built environment
- The future of placemaking
- Historicism and architecture
- Phenomenology and design
- Contemporary architecture
- The future of cities
Artwork Courtesy of Juwan Mcintyre, Redlining Series, 2018, Digital Collage. See His Full Portfolio Here.