District Architecture Center

AIADC opened the District Architecture Center, a storefront space in DC's popular Penn Quarter neighborhood, that serves as a venue for exhibitions, educations sessions, and provides other resources for local architects.

The lobby serves as a gateway to seminar rooms that can be opened up to serve as event space.

The wood-clad lobby also serves an an exhibition venue to showcase projects. Through June 30, it plays host to "Could Be: The AIA|DC Awards for Unbuilt Architecture," an exhibition curated by the National Building Museum.

The ground-level seminar room feature movable glass walls and can be reconfigured to accomodate a series of events.

The space also includes a lower-level, with four meeting rooms, office, and breakout space.

The lower-level is accessed by a stair off of the ground-level lobby.

Ground-level floor plan

Lower-level floor plan

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