Buffalo Architecture Center

Groundbreaking for the Buffalo Architecture Center and Hotel Henry.  Credit Joe Cascio
Tours at the Richardson Olmsted Complex, home of the Buffalo Architecture Center.
Richardson Olmsted Complex, a National Historic Landmark, reuse underway as the Buffalo Architecture Center and Hotel Henry
 
The Buffalo Architecture Center (BAC) explores excellence in architecture and city planning as demonstrated by Buffalo’s outstanding architectural heritage. Located in the Richardson Olmsted Complex, the Center will provide orientation, prompt inspiration, and serve as a gathering place to launch new ideas related to architecture, landscape, and design. Through exhibitions, tours, programs, and outreach, the BAC engages the public in Buffalo’s architecture, landscape design, and urban planning, and its role in culture and design literacy.
 
The BAC fosters collaboration with organizations with the similar goal of activating Buffalo’s architecture, planning, and landscape. By providing a center to host exhibitions, events, and programs, the BAC actively collaborates with aligned groups in dialogue and shared programming.
Membership Category: 
Organizational Member
Address: 
726 Exchange Street
Suite 1006
Buffalo,  New York  14210
United States
(716) 601-1150
Number of Employees: 
1-10 employees
Programs: 
Dedicated Programming Space
Exhibitions
K-12 Design Education
Lectures/Public Programs
Publications
Shops/Retail
Tours
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