DC Architecture Built By Pioneering Women

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Celebrate Women’s History Month with three of D.C.’s most complex, large-scale projects—The Wharf, St. Elizabeths East Campus, and McMillan. Hilary Bertsch (Perkins Eastman), Maria Casarella (Cunningham Quill), and Emily Hotaling Eig (EHT Traceries, Inc.) join the Museum on March 28 to discuss these projects’ inspirations, design processes, successes, and challenges.

Explore our map of select Washington, D.C. sites designed by pioneering women architects.

Missing a favorite project? Tweet us @BuildingMuseum to name a site to include on the map.