A free public exhibition from 2013 to 2014 featured the National Mall Underground project and highlighted the threats and needs the multi-purpose facility will address. The exhibit, with architectural drawings and plans by architect Arthur Cotton Moore FAIA, included examples of similar facilities around the world, a history of flooding in and around DC, large-scale 3-D project models, plus an educational “Virtual Tour” video offering a glimpse inside the proposed Mall Underground.
The original exhibit location at 1000 Connecticut Avenue in Downtown Washington drew hundreds of visitors from nearby offices and government buildings, as well as local residents and tourists.
We are currently seeking new DC locations for our pop-up exhibit, and will update this page as soon as we have more information. To suggest a partner location, please contact us at [email protected].