2019 AIA Baltimore and BAF Spring Lecture Series: The Intentional and Unintentional Edge
This year’s Spring Lecture Series theme is Edge: Harbor and City.
Waterfront Partnership’s Healthy Harbor Initiative has set a goal of a swimmable and fishable Inner Harbor. What could this look like? Speakers will reflect on, illustrate, define, and/or re-define the edges where land and water meet. In coordination with the Baltimore journal T3XTURE, this year’s lecture series will introduce a design competition that invites Maryland architecture firms to submit design concepts that explore the edge of the harbor and city.
On April 24, 2019 from 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm Barbara Wilks, Founding Principal of W Architecture and Landscape Architecture will join Daniel Campo, PhD, Program Director and Associate Professor at Morgan State University, to discuss “design at the harbor and city edge in both planned and unplanned contexts”.
Barbara will discuss her firm’s waterfront work in various locations, including Baltimore, which addresses places where city and nature come together and forms new relationships, and how well-designed places can result in more sustainable relationships between ourselves, our communities, and the earth.
April 24: The Intentional and Unintentional Edge
Daniel Campo, Morgan State University
Barbara Wilks, FAIA, W Architecture & Landscape Architecture LLC
Image: Tide Point, W Architecture & Landscape Architecture LLC
Each program offers 1.5 AIA/CES LUs /LA/APA credits
Lectures will be held at Falvey Hall – MICA Brown Center, 1301 West Mount Royal Avenue Baltimore, MD. Each is free and will go from 6:00 – 7:30 pm.Share on Facebook