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Southwest Book included in National Building Museum Exhibit

Awards—————21 November 2011

On November 19, the National Building Museum opened an exhibit entitled “Unbuilt Washington.” The show explores proposals, both past and present, that would have dramatically altered the architectural character of Washington DC. The show includes historic drawings by Benjamin Henry Latrobe and Thomas Jefferson, as well as models from Frank Gehry and Morphosis. Studio Twenty Seven Architecture’s proposal for reinvigorating the southwest quadrant of Washington DC is included in the show.

Local ABC news affiliate’s story on “Unbuilt Washington” and the work of Studio Twenty Seven
Washington Post’s coverage of “Unbuilt Washington”

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