2016 brought a myriad of changes to Washington, D.C. Want to learn more about your community? This article from Curbed goes into detail about which projects in each Ward are truly changing their respective neighborhoods.
On February 6, the National Building Museum and its partner Blank Space will unveil the winners of this year’s Fairy Tales 2017 competition. At the event, the host of NPR’s The Big Listen Lauren Ober will present passages from the winning stories.
There were quite a few big developments that occurred in 2016 that are worth remembering. As 2017 comes closer, it's finally time to anticipate the big and beautiful projects expected to make their debut after years of construction and planning.
This Thursday, the National Building Museum hosted a panel on the Georgetown-Rosslyn gondola system proposed with speakers that included Otto Condon of ZGF Architects and University of Maryland Professor Emeritus of Architecture Roger Lewis.
Until February 12, 2017, the public will be able to travel through Washington, D.C.’s past with help from the National Building Museum’s latest exhibition, DISTRICT II. Here, there are photographs dating all the way back to the 1960s.
On November 3, D.C.’s National Building Museum will debut a new exhibition, dedicated to Lawrence Halprin, an American landscape architect and designer who began his career in the San Francisco Bay Area. The exhibition will run through April 16.
The summer is coming to an end, and that can only mean one thing: the National Building Museum’s summer installation, ICEBERGS, will come to a close. Don’t fret, though. The National Building Museum already has plans for the next big installation.
Celebrate the end of the summer by living it up with the following free and low-cost events in Washington, D.C. If you're low on cash, these events will still give you a good time. Expect a weekend-long music festival to a day with icebergs.
The summer is here, and that can only mean one thing: icebergs. Thanks to the National Building Museum, the nation’s capital is cool and refreshing with the latest summer installation, designed by New York-based James Corner Field Operations.