September 8, 2007 Hugh Newell Jacobsen

Baltimore’s Bolton Square Celebrates 40 Years of Modernism

Bolton Square, a complex of 35 mid-century modern townhomes designed by D.C. modernist architect Hugh Newell Jacobsen, is celebrating its 40th anniversary today with home tours and an opportunity to meet with Jacobsen and developer Stanley Panitz. Jacobsen’s design for the townhomes is a streamlined take on the 19th century rowhouses in nearby Bolton Hill. The event costs $15 per person. Here is more info from the hosts, today’s Washington Post story and one from Baltimore’s STYLE magazine.