BIG To Create A Massive Labyrinth Inside The National Building Museum
This summer, BIG will create a massive labyrinth inside the National Building Museum in Washington D.C. Called AmBIGuity, the winding 18-foot high, 61-by-61-foot maze will be made of Baltic birch plywood, but unlike most mazes—which grow more confusing as you go deeper—the walls of BIG’s creation will descend in height towards the center, where visitors have a 360-degree view of their path back out.
Gorgeous morning for a Capital @Bikeshare ride!
It’s like they heard me whining last month about no Eataly in DC yet! Speculative and 3 years away at best, but still… (via Eataly Signs On For a DC Location)
Sixth and I
Allergies are here, too…boo!!
I voted today! Did you? #DCision14
Hey DC, don’t forget to vote today! on Flickr.
Some of us still see magic in the new fallen snow.
Cozy brunch with friends (and belated celebration of national waffle day) on a blustery morning!
Henry Winkler is selling reverse mortgages. Between his memorable roles on Arrested Development and Parks and Recreation, I could never imagine trusting anything he pitches. Maybe some people just trust the Fonz.
Hugo and I had a great time hanging with the meerkats at the National Zoo this morning!
The 2014 National Geographic Traveler Contest