Yuka Yoneda

Design of National 9/11 Museum Weaves a Path Through the History of Ground Zero

by , 05/22/14
filed under: gallery, New York City

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After a tumultuous journey filled with all kinds of obstacles, the National 9/11 Memorial and Museum finally opened its doors to the public on Wednesday. Designed by Davis Brody Bond, the cavernous underground space is organized around a central “Ribbon,” which leads visitors through the tragic events of September 11th as well as the city’s recovery since then.

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