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Tuesday, January 11 2022

Serving the Community and the Academy

Bonstra | Haresign ARCHITECTS is proud to share our continuing engagement with the local communities where we work, our regional academic institutions, and the public. Our team is committed to sharing our time and knowledge with others through our service as directors to local institutions, board leadership, and by educating the public and the profession.

Monday, December 6 2021

DCPL: Stewardship for Climate Action

The DC Preservation League is hosting the next virtual session of its Stewardship for Climate Action initiative on Wednesday, December 8th! This free program will explore case studies of retrofit scenarios utilized in existing buildings in the DMV area. Presenters include representatives from Bonstra | Haresign ARCHITECTS, BELL Architects, Cunningham | Quill Architects, ISTUDIO Architects,

Monday, November 22 2021

AIA | DC Fall Design Fête 2021

The 2021 AIA|DC Washington Architectural Foundation Fall Design Fête took place at Washington’s National Cathedral on Friday, November 12, 2021. The event celebrated the contributions of worthy Washingtonians who have made the area a better place through their contributions as designers, advocates and clients. Partner David T. Haresign, FAIA received the 2021 Centennial Medal, the chapter’s highest

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Wednesday, October 27 2021

Filling the Urban Void in Montgomery County, Maryland

Edgemoor Randolph

Montgomery County, Maryland’s growing and increasingly diverse population requires the development of various housing typologies to meet the needs of a wide range of resident demographics. Our clients, along with the county, are filling these urban voids with innovative, intergenerational communities that include moderately priced dwelling units (MDPUs), senior housing, and multi-unit, clustered “missing middle” housing. New projects in Wheaton with affordable housing developer AHC Inc., and in Bethesda with market-rate developer Acumen, have received Montgomery County Certified Site Plan (CSP) approvals and will offer a combined 268 new residential units.