We appreciate the recognition from DC Modern Luxury in their Best of the City issue. Thanks, folks!
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JANUARY/FEBRUARY | BEST OF THE CITY This highly anticipated feature includes the best of what’s new and upcoming in our cities, with extended beauty coverage. special sections: top Health, Beauty & fitness experts; restaurant Week guide; Best of…
Pics of the recently completed Parts & Labor in Baltimore are up on our website (foundryarchitects.com/projects/parts-labor), though you'll be much more satisfied by having dinner there or visiting the butcher shop in person.
Foundry Architects | Architecture | Design | Maryland, D.C., Virginia
Foundry Architects is known for our attention to craft and modern, sustainable design for residential, commercial, educational, and institutional projects.
WaPo on the Minim House and Brian Levy's micro-living efforts.
In Northeast D.C., Brian Levy seeks to spark a revolution with his innovative micro-house
Brian Levy hopes his 210-square-foot house in Northeast D.C. will spark a revolution in low-impact affordability.
Loncherias, taquerias, molinas, tortillerias…
Pick up the Fall 2014 Issue of Architecture DC to see two of Foundry's restaurant/market projects featured. Also available digitally (with patience):
Beau Thai: http://flipbook.hbp.com/Fall2014/index.html#p=58
Wagshal's Market: http://flipbook.hbp.com/Fall2014/index.html#p=76
Fall 2014 Issue
This Wednesday evening in Baltimore: Foundry will be presenting an overview of our firm's philosophy and recent award winning projects as part of the AIA's 2014 Highlighting Local Talent program. Topics to include: GoogleMaps-stalking and Margaret's Grocery! Free and open to the public.
Baltimore; restaurant / butcher shop
Here is a post about one of our latest. It's still under construction, but we are excited to see the progress!
New House/Addition on 6th Street by Shaw’s Tavern Looking Awesome | PoPville
From the 1800 block of 6th Street, NW just south of Shaw’s Tavern. I’ve never seen anything like this in DC:
A belated “thank you” to everyone who came out for the Gallery Chat at DAC’s SIGAL Gallery, featuring Foundry and the Minim House.
Gallery Chat with Award-winning Tiny House Designer, Foundry Architects | Architecture DC Magazine
Join us in District Architecture Center’s SIGAL Gallery for an informal chat with Will Couch, AIA, of Foundry Architects. The firm’s Minim House won a Merit Award in Architecture as a part of the 2013 AIA|DC Chapter Design Awards program.
We’re proud to note that Foundry is featured in this month’s Chesapeake Home + Living magazine after sweeping the residential design awards category. Pick up a copy or follow the link below for more info, images, and a brief chat.
Winning Designs: Residential Architecture « Chesapeake Home + Living
The American Institute of Architects’ local chapter awarded projects with small footprints, sustainable elements and beautiful design.
Our clients are very, very awesome.
Construction progress at the Pearlstone Retreat Center's earthen apprentice cabins [Reisterstown, MD]
Baltimore | Restaurant
Baltimore | Market | renovation, expansion, signage, public space
More awards announcements: both Gobo Run and Minim House received residential design awards from the Baltimore Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. We documented Gobo Run’s construction with pics here, and you can see completed photos at the link below.
Gobo Run and Minim House win Residential Design Awards
We’re proud to announce that Gobo Run and Minim House received residential design awards from the Baltimore Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.
Minim House was presented with a design award by the American Institute of Architects – DC Chapter. Thank you, jurors and AIA DC–we’re honored. Pics at the link.
Minim House | Residential | Tiny House | Foundry Architects
Foundry Architects designed this tiny house prototype to excel in the spatial and functional requirements that come with living in a small, portable space without compromising on aesthetics.
See the bones before they're covered up.
Construction Tour: Young Audiences of Maryland | Baltimore Architecture Month
See the progress at 2600 Howard Street, future headquarters of Young Audiences of Maryland, now being transformed by Seawall Development. The project entails a historic rehabilitation of a former garage and tire shop, soon to become their home and that of the Single Carrot Theatre, and a branch of W…
Foundry Architects was founded with simple, yet progressive, ideas based on the belief that–without exception–an architecture firm should contribute delight and interest to its community and clients while creating well-functioning, environmentally and financially sustainable structures and places. We’re working to create a truly local architecture firm that invests and integrates deeply in its community. Whether it’s for our residential, commercial, educational, or institutional clients, we believe in the craft and history of architecture and have forged close relationships with trusted contractors, engineers, and craftspeople to put together the most appropriate and qualified team for any project type.
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