Beyer Blinder Belle renovates mid-century modern landmark church in Washington, D.C.

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New York-based architecture practice Beyer Blinder Belle (BBB) is known for projects that focus on the “planning, restoration, and the design of new buildings.” Their latest project for the National Presbyterian Church in Washington, D.C., focuses on expanding and renovating one of D.C.’s historic mid-century modern church sites.

Designed by American architect Harold E. Wagoner in 1967, BBB continued with its 2016 master plan for the Church by designing two additions that offer new meeting rooms and added public space for members. According to firm Partner Hany Hassan, FAIA: “Our work introduces a contemporary entry and new central staircase, expressive and open in design, to draw people through all three levels of the Church.” 

Beyer Blinder Belle renovates mid-century modern landmark church in Washington, D.C.

National Presbyterian Church Image © Alan Karchmer/Courtesy of Beyer Blinder Belle

Beyer Blinder Belle renovates mid-century modern landmark church in Washington, D.C.

National Presbyterian Church Image © Alan Karchmer/Courtesy of Beyer Blinder Belle

Beyer Blinder Belle renovates mid-century modern landmark church in Washington, D.C.

National Presbyterian Church Image © Alan Karchmer/Courtesy of Beyer Blinder Belle

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