At the end of 2013, the Virginia Center for Architecture and the Virginia Society of the American Institute of Architects conducted a public survey to determine Virginia’s most beloved pieces of architecture. In a public poll which garnered nearly 30,000 votes, 100 structures were identified as Virginia’s Favorite Architecture.
On April 10, the list will be announced to the public and the Top 100 will appear in an exhibition called Virginia’s Favorite Architecture at the Virginia Center for Architecture on view from April 10-Oct. 19. In addition to the announcement and exhibition, the structures will be featured in an image gallery online which is expected to go live at the time of the announcement.
Virginia’s Favorites are a diverse mix, spanning a variety of architectural styles, types, and periods. They represent Virginia’s rich history and showcase the state’s many architectural treasures — both innovative and traditional. Watch your inbox on April 10 to discover which structures made the Top 100.