Free Docomomo DC Happy Hour, Victory Lundy Exhibit – Feb. 21
Join Docomomo DC and the AIA’s Architects Foundation at the Octagon Museum for a free happy hour and chance to experience an exhibit featuring the work of architect and artist Victor Lundy, FAIA. The exhibit, Victor Lundy: Educating an Architect + Preservation of Modern Architecture, is an immersive gallery Read More >
January 23, 2019
Victor Lundy Film, Tax Court Tour Jan. 25
The life and work of Victor Lundy, FAIA, who studied with Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer at Harvard and became a leading member of Paul Rudolph’s Sarasota School, is being celebrated in a film produced by the General Services Administration. The film, Victor Lundy: Sculptor of Read More >
December 17, 2013
Victory Lundy’s MCM U.S. Tax Court
The Hall of Justice in Victor Lundy’s U.S. Tax Court.
The U.S. Tax Court by Victor Lundy (designed in 1965; built in 1974) is an intriguing mid-century modern building. As you are rushing to work, you can easily pass the blocky-glass-walled sides of the building without taking too much notice. But Read More >
March 25, 2010
RSVP Today: Tour of Victor Lundy’s U.S. Tax Court – Feb. 27
The D.C. Preservation League (DCPL), as part of its DC Modern programming, and the General Services Administration (GSA) will host a rare tour of Victor Lundy’s U.S. Tax Court from 10 am to 12 pm on Saturday, Feb. 27. Read here for costs and how Read More >
January 26, 2010
Can an ‘Eyesore’ Be Significant?
Some local modern buildings from the mid-century period were trashed in the Washington Post today. The piece, “An Eyeful of Washington Eyesores,” was based on submissions by readers who nominated what they thought are the “ugliest buildings or landmarks in the D.C. area.” Read More >
December 21, 2008