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Each April, in partnership with cultural institutions, design firms, organizations, and others, architecture enthusiasts and design professionals alike participate in guided tours, film screenings, lectures, open studios, presentations, and public events throughout Washington, DC. These programs inspire the community by shining a spotlight on the impact of architecture, design, and urbanism in our nation’s capital. Join us and reconnect with the city around you.
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Architecture Month is co-produced by the Washington Architectural Foundation (WAF) and the Washington Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA|DC). The schedule of activities began with Architecture Week in 1998 and has grown from there.
Funded in part by the D.C. Commission on the Arts & Humanities, an agency supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.
AIA|DC AADU Committee w/ Anacostia Watershed Society; AIA|DC Design + Wellbeing Committee & AIA|DC Urban Design Committee w/ ASLA; AIA|DC Emerging Architects Committee; Art Deco Society of Washington; BarnesVanze Architects w/ MCC 1200 Architectural Engineers; Bonstra | Haresign ARCHITECTS; DC Department of General Services; Dupont Underground; EL Studio; EYP Architecture & Engineering; FOX Architects; Gensler; ISTUDIO Architects; Landscape Architecture Bureau; LEO A DALY; Mark Alan Andre; MCLA, Inc.; Michael Marshall Design; Mk Americana LLC; MTFA Design + Preservation; National Capital Planning Commission; National Mall Coalition; Netwalking, LLC; Newman Architects; Perkins Eastman DC; Potomac Chapter, ASLA; R. McGhee & Associates; Robin McGrew, AIA; Square 134 Architects; studio lyew