Graland Country Day School Learning Commons

Upon completion of a master plan for Graland Country Day School, BGA undertook the design of a combined Innovation Center and Learning Commons. In order to create a more open and collaborative space, a new building was constructed as a home for both programs. The expansion and existing middle school are joined by an atrium […]

King Abdullah Academy

Herndon, VA

Piedmont Environmental Council Headquarters

Warrenton, VA

Georgetown University Library

Lauinger Library
Master Plan
Washington, DC

Roland Park Country School

Baltimore, MD

American University SOC

School of Communication
Washington, DC

George School Library Learning Commons

Mollie Dodd Anderson Library
Newtown, PA

It’s been said that design is problem solving and at BGA we would agree. Our clients come to us with problems—some great, others less so—and we develop architectural solutions as creatively as possible.  BGA is always working to find new and better ways to design innovative buildings that work better for the people who inhabit them.  We seek to stretch the boundaries of what architecture means to the community. BGA sees things as they ought to be.  We provide our people with the tools and the training they need to succeed, and encourage them to think creatively.  In this section you will see examples of how we view all aspects of architecture— form, function, materials, setting, systems, etc.—as opportunities to innovate.