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Architecture Week End with Six Events Today
Posted Saturday, April 14

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, Saturday, April 14, is our busiest day during Architecture Week, offering 6 events from yoga to a scavenger hunt. So please join us and have fun as Architecture Week concludes.

The Old Dominion Boat Club Tour
9:00-10:00a, in Alexandria.
Enjoy a tour of the recently completed clubhouse given by the project architect. Because of limited space, this event requires pre-registration

Skyline Yoga
10:00-11:00a, in Arlington
Enjoy a free yoga class with local architects in an architecturally inspiring place with sweeping views of the metro area. Please bring your own mat.

Oatlands Historic House and Gardens Tour
10:00a-12:00p, in Leesburg.
Developed by architect Judith Richards, AIA, this is an in depth look at the architecture of this significant property.

Architecture Scavenger Hunt for Children
11:00-1:00p, Alexandria.
A fun self-guided activity for children and their families. Children must be accompanied by an adult to participate.

Firm Tour – Winstanley Architects & Planners
3:00-4:00p, in Alexandria.
Tour an architecture firm located in a renovated warehouse and learn about the firm’s award winning Potomac Transportation Framework Plan.

WeLive Crystal City
2:00-3:00p, in Arlington.
Tour a co-living residence with furnished living spaces and common areas to provide shared community, work and social spaces.

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


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