The Chesapeake Bay serves up
a whole lot of beauty, charm
and, of course, delicious crabs.
“It made people think
of architecture as value
added, as opposed to
architecture being a
pain in the ass.”
— PAGE 38
New York, New York:
It’s an Architects’ Town
Not too long ago the skyline was a
jumble of anonymous high-rises. These
days there’s a “starchitect” around every
corner and great design in every borough.
Along the Chesapeake Bay, from bustling
Annapolis to idyllic St. Michaels, there
are harbor vistas, lots of charm and fresh
Maryland crabs by the pound.