Visiting the DC Design House is a rite of spring on Washington’s design calendar. On board for the 2015 event, 24 design teams will transform a new farmhouse-style residence in McLean designed by Harrison Design and built by Artisan Builders.
Visitors can enjoy the first glimpse of designers’ creations on April 11th’s Preview Day—along with light bites served by “Top Chef” Bryan Voltaggio’s restaurants. That evening, Voltaggio will host a Preview Night wine dinner at Aggio restaurant in Friendship Heights, where he’ll sign copies of his new cookbook, Home.
Proceeds from all events benefit Children’s National Health System. Admission is $50 on Preview Day and $250 for Preview Night. Regular admission is $30; closed on Mondays. The house is located at 956 Mackall Farm Lane. For more information and a list of designers, visit dcdesignhouse.com.