Our Washington, D.C. Office
The elevator door opens on the eleventh floor and you see before you an image reminiscent of hometown America. The colors and patterns symbolize the creativity and innovation of American women. The warm color scheme and decorative style set the tone for the office you are entering.
Welcome to CWA national headquarters located in our nation's capital.
Throughout this country's history, American women have expressed rich beauty, artistic skill and individualism through the patchwork quilt. Begun as a means to provide their families with warm bedding, frontier women turned quilting into a uniquely American art form. These quilts are still highly valued by families and collectors alike around the world.
Quilting bees were cooperative efforts and provided time for early American women to mentor the next generation of young women. Not only did they share the time-honored craft of quilting, but they also passed on the God-centered traditions, values and core virtues of their lives, their families and their communities.
Concerned Women for America dedicates this quilt wall to the millions of American women who demonstrated the moral strength and character to overcome obstacles, to create beauty and to guide new generations into an understanding of true godliness.Architects: STUDIOS Architecture of Washington, D.C.
Design: Estie Jacob
Design critics lauded CWA's unique national office. The International Interior Design Association presented STUDIOS Architecture the Pinnacle Award for Best Interior Design Project in the Washington, D.C., area.
1015 Fifteenth St. N.W., Suite 1100
Washington, D.C. 20005
Phone: (202) 488-7000
Fax: (202) 488-0806