Germantown Architecture Museum

  • Basement floor that houses workspaces, classrooms, prep rooms, offices and support spaces.
  • First floor plan that features the 18th century gallery, cafe, museum store and museum entrance.
  • Second floor plan that has 19th to 20th century displays and several lounge and flexible spaces and an outdoors exhibit space.
  • First floor reflected ceiling plan that reflects the city grid of Germantown Avenue through the use of perforated wood ceiling panels and tape lighting. 
  • Section showcasing the feature wall and connection between each floor.
  • Museum section showing the connection between floors.
  • Elevation of entry display wall that visitors see upon entering the musem. The wall showcases exhibit pieces that are new to the museum.
  • Elevation of 18th century roof display wall that showcases typical shingle style roofing and other common roof styles during the time. 
  • Elevation of a typical context and informational wall panels that are throughout the museum that allow visitors to understand what was going on in Germantown at the time being shown. 
  • Feature wall and stair elevation showcasing the digital display wall of 18th century and present day Germantown Avenue.
  • View of entry lobby and intro gallery where visitors can read about a brief overview about the history of Gerrmantown and the museum's mission statement and history. 
  • View from the second floor lounge area and the digital feature wall displaying 18th century Germantown Avenue and present day Germantown Avenue. 
  • View of 18th century gallery fireplace display that showcases the Germantown city grid in the floor and ceiling panels.