Congratulations Alexandria M. Davis, winner of the 2019 Architecture Month Poster Design Competition!
April is Architecture Month
Architecture Month celebrates the buildings and spaces that shape our city, the creative minds who bring them to life, and stories that inform our community. Each April, design professionals and architectural enthusiasts alike participate in guided tours, lectures, and special events throughout Washington, DC. These events shine a spotlight on the impact of architecture, design, and urbanism in our nation’s capital.
This year, we partner with the Office of the Secretary, embassies, cultural organizations, and design firms to bring you experiences combining architecture and culture under the theme Connecting Cultures.
Architecture Month is produced by the Washington Architectural Foundation in cooperation with the Washington Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and these partners:
Belgium Embassy in Washington; Cleveland Park Library; Cunningham | Quill Architects; Davis Buckley Architects and Planners (DBA); DC by Foot; DC International School and LAMB PCS at Delano Hall; DC Preservation League; EL Studio; Embassy of Italy in Washington DC; Eric Colbert & Associates; Gensler; Georgetown Business Improvement District; Hickok Cole Architects; International Club of DC; International Spy Museum; Italian Cultural Institute; Italians in DC; MTFA Architecture; Murch Elementary School; N Street Village; National Building Museum; National Law Enforcement Museum; Office of the Secretary; Perkins Eastman; Perkins Eastman DC; PGAL; R. McGhee & Associates; St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church; StudioMB Architects; The Catholic University of America, School of Architecture and Planning; The Kreeger Museum; Washington National Cathedral; Wiencek + Associates.
Save the Date:
March 8 - Early event registration for AIA & DAC members
March 15 - Tickets on sale to the general public
Not a member? Join DAC today and get exclusive access to early registration, discounted event fees, and additional benefits & savings—all for less than the cost of attending 3 events at the non-member rate!
Funded in part by the D.C. Commission on the Arts & Humanities, an agency supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.
Architecture Month is generously supported by our partner at DC Preservation League.