All American House 2016 at the Carroll Museum in Baltimore
Carroll Museums and MADE: In America Announce the All American House|2016
Carroll Museums and MADE: In America are creating the All American House – a national showcase of the best in American Design set against the backdrop of an iconic historic house property. Carroll Mansion located in Baltimore, MD will serve as the 2016 All American House and will be open to the public May 1 – July 10, 2016. The Carroll Mansion is located at 800 East Lombard Street, Baltimore, MD 21202.
The All American House is bringing together student teams from the Johns Hopkins University Carey School of Business, The George Washington University/Corcoran School of Art + Design, Morgan State University, Stevenson University, and the Community College of Baltimore County to reinvent the interiors and grounds of Carroll Mansion and create designs that establish a new and distinctly American design aesthetic. The design competition will be juried by professionals selected by the American Society of Interior Designers.
With support from The United States Department of Commerce, Office of Textiles and Apparel and MADE:In America, the students will be able to furnish their rooms with products from leading American manufacturers, including Niermann Weeks, with a special emphasis on Maryland based companies. These companies have been chosen for their superior products and commitment to manufacturing their goods in the United States.
Renowned American designer Alexa Hampton is the Chair of the Honorary Steering Committee that consists of members of the Maryland delegation to the US Congress, members of the Maryland General Assembly, leading business executives and nonprofit leaders. Noted architects, designers, artists and curators also serve as special advisers and mentors.