Fans of architecture had a chance to check out the Baltimore Food Hub on the corner of Wolfe & Oliver Streets – a building not usually open to the public – at the Baltimore Architecture Foundation’s biggest party of the year.
Guests roamed the space in the Storehouse – a Romanesque Revival building that served the city’s water supply for years – that now is a hub for local food entrepreneurs.
Many folks got into the spirit by dressing to fit this year’s party theme of “1980’s dance party.”
Pictured (LtoR) Marty Marren, Marren Architects senior principal; and Margareth Davies, Johns Hopkins Hospital ICU nurse
Pictured (LtoR) Lisa Wingate, historic preservation consultant; and Dr. Lisa Noel, independent public health specialist
Pictured (LtoR) Valerie Lopez, Hord Coplan Macht architect; Jess Marsell, J&J Recabinetry cabinet refinisher; and Courtney Morgan, Hord Coplan Macht designer
Pictured (LtoR) Dr. Daniel Hayward, Anne Arundel Medical Center pediatric oncologist; Olive Miles, Baltimore-based photographer/artist; and Alyssa Brown, Maryland Medicaid Program deputy director of innovation & development
Pictured (LtoR) Stela Patron, nonprofit consultant; and Brad “B-Major” Marks, Baltimore-based DJ
Pictured (LtoR) Kris Taylor, Philadelphia area surgical technician; and Michael Kerr, Bay Acoustics principal
Pictured (LtoR) Mehr Pastakia, AIABaltimore administrative & event associate; and Luis O. Cardona, Baltimore Development Corporation economic development officer/BAF board member
Pictured (LtoR) Mary Ellen Evanko, Gensler interior designer; and Lauren Mischke, MedStar Union Memorial Hospital RN (February 1, 2020 – Baltimore Food Hub)