Washington, D.C., is a very old city with very old architecture, most of which feature neoclassical or Brutalist traits with some Art Deco buildings sprinkled around here and there. Even so, the District is in constant change with construction cranes in every nook and cranny of the city, building newer and hopefully better buildings. In order to feature the best, most modern buildings completed, Curbed DC has created this map.
From the Martin Luther King, Jr. Library to the National Gallery of Art’s East building, see which buildings made the list. Have a suggestion for a building that should be added to the map? Let Curbed DC know in the comments or email the tipline.
Note: The following mapped points have been ordered geographically, from the most north to the most south.Read More