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Building Museum

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Get On My Lawn: This Summer's National Building Museum Exhibit Embodies Indoor Outdoor Life

Get On My Lawn: This Summer's National Building Museum Exhibit Embodies Indoor Outdoor Life

Nena Perry-Brown | Jul 3rd

The display is the latest to pop up in the Great Hall for the museum's Summer Block Party series.... read»

How a Brookland Warehouse Became a Brewery

How a Brookland Warehouse Became a Brewery

Nena Perry-Brown | Mar 29th

DC's Right Proper Brewery now does the bulk of its brewing in a former auto body shop.... read»

Where in DC is Missing Middle Housing Not Missing?

Where in DC is Missing Middle Housing Not Missing?

Nena Perry-Brown | Sep 10th

A closer look at the MMH concept and typologies reveals that DC might not be the missing middle desert it seems to be.... read»

The Fun House Comes to DC

The Fun House Comes to DC

Nena Perry-Brown | Jul 3rd

The National Building Museum is mounting its fifth Summer Block Party installation, a pseudo-retrospective collaboration with 10 year-old design firm ... read»

How Planning for World War II Inspired the Future of Planning

How Planning for World War II Inspired the Future of Planning

Nena Perry-Brown | May 2nd

An upcoming exhibit from the Building Museum explores the lesser-known influence of the Manhattan Project on the future of architecture and planning.... read»

The Best Furnishings For a Studio Apartment: Automated Furniture

The Best Furnishings For a Studio Apartment: Automated Furniture

Nena Perry-Brown | Dec 19th

Considering how popular micro-units and shared living arrangements have become over the past couple of years, it stands to reason that the way we conc... read»

The Future is Here: Adaptable Housing for the 21st-Century Household Comes to DC

The Future is Here: Adaptable Housing for the 21st-Century Household Comes to DC

Nena Perry-Brown | Nov 16th

While most of the nation's housing stock isn't responsive to the needs of the modern household, the National Building Museum is mounting a new exhibit... read»

Making Room for Innovative Furniture Solutions in DC

Making Room for Innovative Furniture Solutions in DC

Nena Perry-Brown | Sep 27th

This fall, the National Building Museum will feature a 1,000 square-foot house displaying some of the latest in innovative adaptable furniture technol... read»

Downtown DC from Decades Past

Downtown DC from Decades Past

Nena Perry-Brown | Dec 1st

The National Building Museum is featuring some of the photography of Bill Barrett, Chris Earnshaw and Joseph Mills, taken from the 1960s-'80s in and a... read»

A Different Kind of Tiny House Comes to DC

A Different Kind of Tiny House Comes to DC

Nena Perry-Brown | May 20th

The National Building Museum is opening an exhibition of dollhouses on loan from the Victoria & Albert Museum of Childhood in London, which offer a gl... read»

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