Since 1968, we’ve worked on thousands of projects, both big and small. Here are some of our favorites.
We created plans that visualized how the empty spaces in this arts building could be repurposed for studios, offices, and support spaces.
We supported this park revitalization by providing project management and the park concept design for both the painting of the basketball courts and the surrounding landscape.
We’re working to cement the historic legacy of Congressman Mitchell was a Civil Rights leader and the first African-American elected to Congress from Maryland.
We assisted this community in developing a new town seal that reflects the values and identity of Cheverly today.
We created a comprehensive neighborhood plan rooted in conservation practices.
Goodwin Park is the largest recreational park in Seat Pleasant, Maryland. The Neighborhood Design Center partnered with the City to re-imagine this space into a cultural landmark.
Waller Gallery was formed in 2017 by Joy Davis, a curator and scholar. Through NDC’s Arts Space Technical Assistance Program, we collaborated with Joy in creating a concept to improve accessibility, visibility, and lighting for the gallery.
We helped visualize required renovations for this funeral home turned arts space, featuring studios, offices, and a bar/gallery on the first floor.
For this neighborhood lacking adequate shade or defined spaces, we developed a master plan and implementation strategy for amenities and landscape improvements.