What happens when you work with a client who grew up in Oregon, lived in Asia, and bought an Italianate four-square in DC? While he lived on the west coast, he became enamored with the Arts & Crafts style of Greene & Greene—the Pasadena brother-architects whose signature, early 20th century bungalows bore Japanese influence. When…
Barnes Vanze is pleased to be selected as Architect for the new Maryland headquarters of the North American Division of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church.
Ankie Barnes will speak on “The Architecture of Delight” at the Washington Design Center’s annual Market Day on March 3. Come hear his thoughts on “the search for built beauty.”
Each year, BVA architects spend a semester in the DC schools to teach elementary students about architecture. Alina del Castillo and Hannah Weber report on their eight weeks with aspiring third-grade architects.