Chapter House

The AIABaltimore Chapter House is more than an office for staff. It’s also a place to meet, browse the shelves of the bookstore, and enjoy the rotating exhibits in the gallery. Come visit us at 11 1/2 W. Chase Street!

Featured at the AIABaltimore Chapter House

Emergent Visions Exhibit

The exhibition features drawings, images and models of the students’ final projects, providing insights into the concepts and processes underlying the exploratory nature of the work. The diversity of the work represents the culmination of each student’s research, experimentation,and critical thinking in the dynamic and demanding Terminal Project Studio. continue reading


Murat Soygenis (S+ ARCHITECTURE) Gallery Exhibit (8.5.15 – 8.26.15)

Most of the projects on display are selected from S+ ARCHITECTURE’s work within the past ten years and include a wide array of building types such as academic, adaptive reuse, cultural, educational, industrial, mixed use, office, residential, retail-recreation and urban project. The overall goal of architectural office is to establish the harmony between the context and the projects. continue reading


Early Women of Architecture Traveling Exhibit Schedule (2015-2016)

The Women in Architecture Committee (WIA) of AIABaltimore, in collaboration with the Baltimore Architecture Foundation and Morgan State University, has embarked on a project to assemble the stories of these early women who contributed to architecture in Maryland. continue reading


“Postcards to Myself” An Exhibit of Travel Watercolors

After practicing architecture for 45 years, teaching and painting offer a much appreciated change of pace. Moving from the manmade to the natural, landscapes tend to be my preferred subjects. New Mexico skies and variety of terrain are incredible and are a challenge that I cannot resist. continue reading


Amanda Almarshoud “Shaping Vibrations” Opening Reception

Join us at the AIABaltimore Bookstore for the opening reception of “Shaping Vibrations,” an exhibition of architectural artwork by Amanda Almarshoud. continue reading


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