Exhibit spotlights on Central Virginia Architecture

Kyle Copas and Bill Daggett are with the Central Virginia chapter of the American Institute of Architects join Coy Barefoot to talk about a new exhibit celebrating area architecture called Hidden in Plain Sight: 150 Years of Architectural Design and Diversity in Central Virginia. The AIA was created in 1857, and the organization is celebrating some of the nation’s best structures. The exhibit runs through the month of April at the Charlottesville Community Design Center on the Downtown Mall.

“There are so many buildings that we all walk by day by day, that we are so familiar with and we almost forget that they are there,” says Daggett. He says the exhibit is designed to bring some of these places closer to the mind.