This lecture will explore Reston’s place in the New Town movement, its growth, and its regional and national importance today, traversing cultural, architectural, and historical currents. Roger K. Lewis, FAIA, is a practicing architect and urban planner, Professor Emeritus of Architecture at the University of Maryland, and author and journalist. His “Shaping the City” column and cartoons for the Washington Post are must-reads focusing on urban design and development, suburbanization, and sustainability. He has received many awards for his achievements as an architect, advocate for design excellence, and writer.
$10 suggested donation. Open to the public.
Sponsored by Hughes Group Architects
Champagne and dessert reception to follow sponsored by Red Velvet Cupcakery