Maryland architecture spans several centuries and reveals many styles.
Opened in March 1779, the Maryland State House in Annapolis is overseen by the State House Trust.
State House (view from Chancery Lane), Annapolis, Maryland, 1998. Photo by James Hefelfinger (Hefelfinger Collection, MSA SC 1885-763-8, Maryland State Archives).
Plaster cornice, James Brice House, 42 East St., Annapolis, Maryland, April 2017. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.
In Maryland, the State Board of Architects regulates the practice of architecture (Code Business Occupations & Professions Article, secs. 3-101 through 3-702; Code of Maryland Regulations, Title 9, Subtitle 21).
The State Board of Examiners of Landscape Architects licenses and regulates landscape architects, and partnerships and corporations through which landscape architecture is practiced (Code Business Occupations & Professions Article, secs. 9-101 through 9-702).
State House doorway, State Circle, Annapolis, Maryland, May 2003. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.
Toll Gate House, a seven-sided structure, 14302 National Highway (Rte. 40), LaVale (Allegany County), Maryland, October 2014. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.
The glass-covered Brown Center is part of the campus of the Maryland Institute College of Art.
Brown Center, Maryland Institute College of Art, Mount Royal Ave., Baltimore, Maryland, July 2014. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.
Student Center, University of Baltimore, 21 West Mount Royal Ave., Baltimore, Maryland, November 2018. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.
Performing Arts & Humanities Building, University of Maryland Baltimore County, Catonsville, Maryland, May 2019. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.
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