AIA Northern Virginia
Architecture Week - 30 Years of Shaping the City, Cartoons by Roger K. Lewis, FAIA
Posted Thursday, April 12

Architecture Week is held every April as part of the American Institute of Architect’s nationwide celebration of our built environment. AIA chapters all over the country offer a variety of lectures, tours and activities geared towards architects and the public alike during this week. The AIA Northern Virginia Architecture Weeks runs from April 8-14.

Today, Thursday, April 12, Roger K. Lewis, FAIA, Washington Post columnist and cartoonist, will share stories about his column, Shaping the City, which addressed topics and issues relevant to the built environment, among them architecture, historic preservation, housing, smart growth, sustainability, transportation, and urbanism.

30 Years of Shaping the City, Cartoons by Roger K. Lewis, FAIA
6:30-8:00p, at the Athenaeum in Alexandria.
Organized by AIA Northern Virginia and the Athenaeum, this event is generously sponsored by TTR | Sotheby's International Realty.

For a list of Northern Virginia events and activities, visit our Architecture Week website.
For questions, please email aianova@aianova.org



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