Justice is Beauty:
The Work of MASS Design Group
This exhibition surveys MASS Design Group’s extraordinary portfolio of public-serving design, including completed buildings, proposed projects, and applied research initiatives.
Gun Violence Memorial Project
Presented in conjunction with “Justice is Beauty: The Work of MASS Design Group,” the Gun Violence Memorial Project is a tribute to the thousands of lives lost to gun violence in America every year.
Alan Karchmer: The Architects’ Photographer
A cross-section of renowned architectural photographer Alan Karchmer’s professional portfolio, personal images, and artifacts that shed light on his work.
PLAY WORK BUILD
Explore the past, present, and future of play in this immersive, hands-on installation featuring molded foam blocks of all shapes and sizes.
These architectural objects depict real and mythological animals. It’s a curious and wonderful zoo, a small part of our collection of 300,000+ items.
House & Home
Through interactive displays, historic home objects, and film, discover houses both familiar and surprising, challenging ideas about what it means to live at home in America.
Sukkah City x DC
Inspired by the theme ‘welcoming a stranger,’ the sukkah designs explore social justice issues, the changing landscape, and the traditions of Sukkot.
ONLINE ONLY: DOCUMENTING CROSSROADS SERIES
BY CAMILO JOSé Vergara
Documenting Crossroads: The Coronavirus in Poor, Minority Communities
Camilo José Vergara's firsthand account of public space in the time of coronavirus, as seen in poor, segregated communities—those most likely to be affected by the disease.
Documenting Crossroads: The New Normal
Camilo José Vergara's ongoing documentation of how the pandemic is affecting people in poor, segregated neighborhoods, from space changes for economic survival to behavioral changes to avoid illness.