The Baltimore Aquarium, located in the Inner Harbor district of Baltimore, was designed by Massachusetts based firm Peter Chermayeff LLC. The design earned the team an award from Progressive Architecture in 1979. It was conceived and designed in the mid 1970s and the first completed section opened on August 8, 1981. This photograph shows the National Aquarium in 1985 from the Baltimore Area Visitors Center.
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Architecture, American; Architecture -- Museum architecture -- Maryland -- Baltimore;
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Smolski, Chet, "Baltimore Aquarium" (1985). Browse All. 318.
architecture, American; cityscape; harbor;