Tagged as Architecture

The Old Line State Summit is Maryland’s annual historic preservation conference. This year, Preservation Maryland will offer three workshop-style sessions including an opportunity to get out into historic Frederick to explore its architectural specimens and the interventions that have helped preserve Frederick for current and future generations.

Continue Reading
Interior of the Robert Llewellyn House designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1953.

By Waxter Intern

Celebrating Frank Lloyd Wright in Maryland

Happy Birthday to Frank Lloyd Wright! Did you know the architect of Falling Water, Taliesin, and the Guggenheim Museum, designed two homes in Maryland? And both houses display the diversity and range in Wright’s design style and architectural creativity.

Continue Reading

In response to the startling demolitions of two historic stone homes from the 1840s in Baltimore’s Woodberry neighborhood on May 21, 2019, Preservation Maryland issued the following statement:

Continue Reading

For their restoration and accessibility adaptations to the ca. 1721 Perry Point Gristmill – noted as the oldest historic structure in the portfolio of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs – the Maryland VA Health Care System and Davis Buckley Architects and Planners will be recognized with a Stewardship Award at Preservation Maryland’s annual Best of Maryland Awards this May.

Continue Reading
Our Story Donate Press & Media Resources Contact Us Site by Younts Design Inc. © Preservation Maryland, 2021.