Community Activities

The principals regularly participate in national and local conferences, panel discussions, lectures, and exhibitions with the goal of sharing ideas to ultimately bring better design to LBBA’s projects and the greater architectural community.

Build The Vote 3D Tour

GRAPHISOFT joins “Build The Vote” initiative

Based on an idea from NYC architecture firm The UP Studio, “Build The Vote” is a unique public service project from GRAPHISOFT that uses the voice and talent of architects to remind their colleagues—and all citizens—of the importance of voting in the 2020 election. To deliver that message, GRAPHISOFT recruited three other acclaimed firms to…

Peter Exley for 2021 President-Elect

LBBA believes that affordable housing is essential to a strong and equitable community. We enthusiastically support Peter Exley for AIA 2020 First Vice President/2021 President! Peter believes that a range of programs presenting choice, variety, community, and access to services are critical factors in policy development, versus any singular focus. Peter will continue his visible…
Landon Bone Baker Architects Hope Dinsmore assisting My Block My Hood My City Students with the Create Document Activity

My Block My Hood My City Exploration Program

Yesterday we hosted the My Block My Hood My City (M3) Explorers for the second time and had lots of fun showing them a brief overview of architecture and introducing them to the work we do here at LBBA. M3 explorers program provides underprivileged youth opportunities and awareness beyond their neighborhood by taking the teens…

Fairfield Innovation Plan Community Meeting

Catherine Baker and Terran Wilson joined Camiros and Blacks In Green in Huntington, WV last week to discuss the Fairfield Innovation Plan with residents. The spirited community meeting focused on dreams for what the neighborhood will become. We are excited to team with Camiros on this project and to see what the future holds for…

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