BIG in Washington: Giant Maze Fills National Building Museum

bjarke-ingels-group-maze-0714.jpg Photo courtesy of the National Building Museum.



Inspired by ancient labyrinths, European 18th-century hedge gardens, and down-home American corn fields, BIG Maze by BIG–Bjarke Ingels Group has taken over the historic Great Hall at Washington’s National Building Museum—where the firm’s exhibit “AmBIGuity” will also open in January. The 60-foot-square structure was built on-site in just a month from maple plywood and rises to 18 feet at its perimeter. Get lost in it through September 1.




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