Baltimore News

  • Designing Our Urban Yard: CannonDesign Baltimore’s Neighborhood Design Center Team

    Designing Our Urban Yard: CannonDesign Baltimore’s Neighborhood Design Center Team

    The Baltimore office is steadily deepening our roots into our local communities! As the workplace is our house for where synergy happens, we must remember to spread that energy with our friends for a better, healthier environment. Our partnership with Baltimore’s chapter of the Neighborhood Design Center (NDC), a nonprofit organization facilitating the development of healthy, equitable neighborhoods, allows us to explore pro bono services and involvement beyond the office. The NDC provided a monumental opportunity: to design storefront and streetscape guidelines for Pennsylvania Avenue. The site is in plain-view from our office. This corridor holds historical and cultural significance to everyone, ranging from public interest due to the 2015...
  • Virginia Tech's English Field at Union Park Praised by Sports Media

    Virginia Tech’s English Field at Union Park Praised by Sports Media

    Numerous local and sports media have praised the design and experience of Virginia Tech's new English Field at Union Park.
  • Virginia Tech Men’s Baseball to Hold Grand Opening Festivities for English Field at Union Park

    Virginia Tech Men’s Baseball to Hold Grand Opening Festivities for English Field at Union Park

    The Virginia Tech Men's Baseball team will hold grand opening festivities for its new English Field at Union Park this weekend.
  • CLAD Global Publishes UMBC Campus Event Center

    CLAD Global Publishes UMBC Campus Event Center

    CLAD Global has published the University of Maryland Baltimore County Campus Event Center as a basketball arena that "embraces movement" through design
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    CannonDesign Ranks Top 5 in Modern Healthcare Annual Design Firms Report

    CannonDesign moves up as a global leader in Modern Healthcare's Design and Construction Rankings.
  • The Growing Importance of Inclusivity and Student Wellness

    The Growing Importance of Inclusivity and Student Wellness

    I recently had the chance to attend and present at the NASPA Annual Conference, an event that joins over 7,000 student affairs educators and professionals to examine the latest trends affecting every aspect of student life. NASPA is the leading association for the advancement, health and sustainability of the student affairs profession, and this year was the 100th anniversary of the conference. While I sat in on many important and thought-provoking sessions, two core themes resonated strongly with my fellow attendees and myself: the growing importance of inclusivity, and the changing needs surrounding student wellness. In regards to inclusivity, conversations focused on gender bias, how institutions can best serve first-generation...
  • Cole Fieldhouse Profiled by Multiple Sports Media

    Cole Fieldhouse Profiled by Multiple Sports Media

    Cole Fieldhouse is profiled by multiple sports and athletics media outlets.
  • Michael Glaros, AIA, LEED AP

    Baltimore Business Journal Interviews Mike Glaros

    Mike Glaros talks about his work history, personal influences and ideas for the future.
  • University of Maryland's Cole Field House featured in Curbed DC

    University of Maryland’s Cole Field House featured in Curbed DC

    The more than 60-year-old arena has been host to various historical events since it first opened.
  • Diane Osan Discusses Pediatric Behavioral Health with Healthcare Design

    Diane Osan Discusses Pediatric Behavioral Health with Healthcare Design

    Our pediatric health practice leader, Diane Osan, discusses the increasing need for behavioral healthcare spaces with Healthcare Design Magazine.
  • New UMBC Event Center Opens This Week

    New UMBC Event Center Opens This Week

    The University of Maryland Baltimore County is set to publicly unveil their new event center Saturday, Feb. 3.
  • Mike Glaros Talks Towson University in Laboratory Design

    Mike Glaros Talks Towson University in Laboratory Design

    Mike Glaros, AIA, LEED AP and Baltimore office leader, recently contributed a piece to Laboratory Design discussing Towson University’s Science Facility.
  • Michael Glaros, AIA, LEED AP

    AIA Baltimore Publishes Q+A with Mike Glaros

    Mike Glaros is featured in a new Q+A interview published by AIA Baltimore
  • Baltimore Light City 2018 Proposal

    Baltimore Light City 2018 Proposal

    “Launched by the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts in 2016, Light City is the largest festival of light, music and innovation in North America. Central to Light City is the BGE Light Art Walk along Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, featuring attractions including illuminated sculptures, projections, interactive technologies, performances, concerts, food vendors and a children’s area.” – Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts Here’s another reason to come to Baltimore: the whole city lights up for an entire week every spring! Since its inception, Light City has promoted local artists to showcase original outdoor works through awards with city-funded grants up to $75,000. The festival provides a huge opportunity...
  • Michael Glaros, AIA, LEED AP

    Mike Glaros Named Leader of CannonDesign’s Baltimore Office

  • University of Maryland Dedicates Indoor Practice Fields at Cole Fieldhouse

    University of Maryland Dedicates Indoor Practice Fields at Cole Fieldhouse

    The University of Maryland officially dedicates indoor practice fields at Cole Fieldhouse
  • CannonDesign Baltimore Office Adopts Local School

    CannonDesign Baltimore Office Adopts Local School

    As designers, we’re educated to hone an arsenal of tools and skills to be prepared for every situation. Got a proposal to renovate 55,000 sf of a science building? Consider it done! Need to convince the ARB that your design is compelling? No problem! Inspire 48 fourth-graders to pursue a technical or design profession? Challenge accepted! Through the Adopt-A-School program, the Baltimore office partnered with Brehms Lane Elementary, a public charter school of 650+ students. We began planning in February as our relationship with the school grew in the form of sponsoring their STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics) program. As we were already halfway through the school year, we decided that the best...
  • From Intern to Designer: Adam Louie

    From Intern to Designer: Adam Louie

    Adam started his career as an architectural intern in our Baltimore office in 2015 and officially joined the firm when he graduated in 2016. Read on for more about where Adam’s career is at today. What led you to pursue a career in architecture? My mother raised me on her hometown farms of Guangdong, China. I reminisce about the slow agrarian lifestyle and communal courtyard houses, which led me to realize how powerful architecture can be when designing and building out of necessity. We lived off the land, so I quickly learned to appreciate man-made construction and technology. Architecture allows me to use my skills to make meaningful experiences for others. How long have you worked...
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    ProHealth Care Takes Home Two Design Awards from the Wisconsin Masonry Alliance

    We are proud to announce that CannonDesign has received two awards from the Wisconsin Masonry Alliance for our work on the UW Cancer Center at ProHealth Care.
  • Athletic Business Features University of Maryland, Baltimore County Event Center

    Athletic Business Features University of Maryland, Baltimore County Event Center

    Athletic Business recently featured the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) Event Center in its Breaking Ground section online and in print. The UMBC facility is one of the leading new campus design projects in the country.