Oriole Park at Camden Yards

Baltimore MD

Widely heralded as the first sports facility in 50 years that weaved itself into an existing urban fabric, one of the most identifiable features of the ballpark is the retention and renovation of the 1,032-foot long, eight-story B&O Warehouse as part of the park. As part of the Master Planning Team, WRT performed urban design services and is the Landscape Architect of Record for the Camden Yards Sports Complex. WRT's "rotated square" paving motif, a stylized baseball diamond, is employed both outside and inside the ballpark, and has been adapted into several logos and signage designs used at the complex.

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Investors in American Award
Partners for Livable Communities

Honor Award for Architecture
American Institute of Architects (National)

First Place, People's Choice Award
American Society of Landscape Architects (PA/DE Chapter)

Honor Award for Design
American Society of Landscape Architects (National)

Merit Award for Planning and Uran Design
American Society of Landscape Architects (National)

Urban Design Award of Excellence
American Institute of Architects (National)

Grand Design Award
American Institute of Architects (Baltimore Chapter)

Award for Excellence
Urban Land Institute