||As a city filled with historic structures and landmarks, architectural preservation in the nation’s capital receives a lot of attention. Yet, as Washington, DC continues to evolve, there exists a growing need for new development and a desire for more modern and inventive architecture. Making sure the two can successfully co-exist is the responsibility of the agencies involved in the planning and design review process. Join a panel of distinguished design and planning experts as they explore how Washington can welcome new innovative design into its urban fabric while preserving its architectural heritage.
Related event: Live Chat with DCMud - Monday, June 6, 2011 | 12:30 – 1:30 PM
This event is being held in partnership with Catholic University School of Architecture and Planning and AIA DC. Attendance is free and open to the public. RSVP is encouraged.
Continuing education credit available for planning and design professionals.
AICP CM: 1.5 (pending) / AIA/CES: 1.5
||Chrysanthe B. Broikos
Curator, National Building Museum
Anne H. Adams
Architectural Historian, Goulston & Storrs
Suman Sorg, FAIA
Principal, Sorg Architects
Director of Heritage Assets & Historic Preservation Office, Fort Monroe Authority