Washington DC Interior Design
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D.C.’s library system is looking for an operator to offer workforce development
The kid-friendly event is free and recalls the War of 1812
The interactive display runs through September 2
Focused on Wright’s interior designs, the free exhibit runs through September 6
The exhibit runs through September 2 and features audio stories by famous people
The museum has a camera showing the progress leading to the July 4 debut
The library is getting various upgrades 10 years after its last major renovation
A new exhibit, "Deep Time," follows a $110 million renovation that took five years
Library officials will discuss initial design concepts and other project details
The tour is set for the afternoon of June 2
The walls will display protest buttons and King-related items as individual dots that form a bigger image
The local chapter of the American Institute of Architects recognizes the West End and Cleveland Park libraries
The exhibit features more than 125 architectural objects depicting animals and opens on April 20
Glimpse inside the new facility, housed at the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church
A talk in NoMa earlier this week highlighted pioneering projects that promote visual communication
"I like everything that sparkles and blings," Samuels says.
From cherry blossom wallpaper to a more minimalist look, take a look inside these stunning rooms.
On September 17, Case Design/Remodeling, Inc., the largest design-build firm serving the D.C. area, will open a new location in Washington, D.C.’s Shaw neighborhood. Once open, the new showroom at at 1327 14th Street NW will serve as a one-stop shop.
Nice Trails records one's trek into the wild and then converts the GPS file into a 3D printed display