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Investigating Where We Live: Connecting with Anacostia

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Published on Aug 2, 2012

Teens in the National Building Museum's exhibition design program present their views of the historic Anacostia neighborhood in Washington, D.C. They explored the themes of diversity, change, and community in Anacostia. Learn more at http://www.nbm.org/exhibitions-collec...

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  1. 97

    Sweet & Salt: Water and the Dutch

  2. 98

    Society of Women Engineers

  3. 99

    Green Community Teaching Kit

  4. 100

    The Story Behind PLAY WORK BUILD

  5. 101

    Paul Goldberger: 14th Annual Vincent Scully Prize

  6. 102

    Wounded Warrior Home Project

  7. 103

    Top Secret Preparations in PLAY WORK BUILD

  8. 104

    D.C. Modern Preservation

  9. 105

    Musicians' Village, New Orleans, LA -- House & Home

  10. 106

    Rumford Center, East Providence, RI -- House & Home

  11. 107

    Coyote Crossing, Santa Cruz, CA -- House & Home

  12. 108

    LeDroit Park, Washington, D. C. -- House & Home

  13. 109

    House & Home: Summerlin, Las Vegas, NV

  14. 110

    Cabrini-Green & Parkside of Old Town, Chicago, IL -- House & Home

  15. 111

    Detroit Is No Dry Bones, Detroit 2012, Camilo José Vergara

  16. 112

    Former Michigan Central Station, Detroit 1993, Camilo José Vergara

  17. 113

    Del Ray Building, Detroit 2008, Camilo José Vergara

  18. 114

    Former Oklahoma Gas Station, Detroit 1996, Camilo José Vergara

  19. 115

    Former Packard Plant, Detroit 1993, Camilo José Vergara

  20. 116

    House & Home Family Toolkit

  21. Investigating Where We Live: Connecting with Anacostia

  22. 118

    Play Mini-Golf

  23. 119

    Kid Reporter: Jeffrey S. Abramson

  24. 120

    Welcome Home: Los Angeles

  25. 121

    Whose Space? Public Land in the Nation's Capital

  26. 122

    Kevin Roche: Architecture as Environment

  27. 123

    Kevin Roche: Architecture as Environment

  28. 124

    Urban Forum: What Would Jane Jacobs Do?

  29. 125

    Designing Homes and Neighborhoods for an Aging Population: Design Solutions for Aging in Place

  30. 126

    Designing Homes and Neighborhoods for an Aging Population: A Mayoral Perspective

  31. 127

    Designing Homes and Neighborhoods for an Aging Population: Long Life in the 21st Century

  32. 128

    Designing Homes and Neighborhoods for an Aging Population: Policies For Success

  33. 129

    Designing Homes and Neighborhoods for an Aging Population: Henry Cisneros

  34. 130

    Designing Homes and Neighborhoods for an Aging Population: "An Aging America"

  35. 131

    Designing Homes and Neighborhoods for an Aging Population: Opening Remarks

  36. 132

    Bald Eagle in the Great Hall

  37. 133

    House & Home: "Welcome Home"

  38. 134

    LEGO® Pro Builds the White House

  39. 135

    His Highness The Aga Khan

  40. 136

    The Alternative Housing Pilot Program: Conclusions and Recommendations

  41. 137

    Investigating Where We Live 2008

  42. 138

    Power, Architecture, and Politics Symposium: Welcome & Opening Remarks

  43. 139

    The Alternative Housing Pilot Program: The Mississippi Cottage Project, Part 4

  44. 140

    The Alternative Housing Pilot Program: The Mississippi Cottage Project Part 3

  45. 141

    The Alternative Housing Pilot Program: The Mississippi Cottage Project, Part 2

  46. 142

    The Alternative Housing Pilot Program: The Mississippi Cottage Project, Part 1

  47. 143

    House & Home Post and Girt - Broad Axe

  48. 144

    House & Home: Post and Girt

  49. 145

    House & Home: An Exhibition at the National Building Museum

  50. 146

    Congressional Arts Competition PSA

  51. 147

    Bing Thom on Jane Jacobs' Legacy

  52. 148

    Spotlight on Design: OLIN

  53. 149

    CityVision Spring 2010 Final Presentation

  54. 150

    What CityVision Means to Me

  55. 151

    Intelligent Cities Forum: Town Hall Meeting

  56. 152

    Intelligent Cities Forum: Kashuo Bennett

  57. 153

    Intelligent Cities Forum: 24-Hour City Project

  58. 154

    Intelligent Cities Forum: Development Seed

  59. 155

    Intelligent Cities Forum: Anne Altman

  60. 156

    Intelligent Cities Forum: Dustin Haisler

  61. 157

    Intelligent Cities Forum: Regionally Thinking--Transportation, Affordability, and Equity

  62. 158

    Intelligent Cities Forum: Thought Vignette--Democracy and Inclusion

  63. 159

    Intelligent Cities Forum: The City as a Lab

  64. 160

    Intelligent Cities Forum: Keynote Conversation

  65. 161

    Intelligent Cities Forum: Harriet Tregoning

  66. 162

    Intelligent Cities Forum: Mark Cleverly

  67. 163

    For the Greener Good: Passive House

  68. 164

    Historic Preservation Vs. Sustainability?

  69. 165

    Life After Plastic

  70. 166

    Inspired by Nature

  71. 167

    About the National Building Museum

  72. 168

    Urban Land Institute

  73. 169

    Architecture and the Great Recession

  74. 170

    Deborah Berke Interview

  75. 171

    Christopher Alexander

  76. 172

    Green Roof: One Judiciary Square

  77. 173

    Green Roof: Elevation 314

  78. 174

    David Rockwell Interview

  79. 175

    Great Green Places: Barracks Row

  80. 176

    Tom Kundig Interview

  81. 177

    Great Green Places: Columbia Heights

  82. 178

    Deborah Berke

  83. 179

    D.C. Stimulated

  84. 180

    Great Green Places: U Street

  85. 181

    Visionaries in Sustainability

  86. 182

    Vertical Farming

  87. 183

    Creating Healthy Communities

  88. 184

    David Adjaye

  89. 185

    Healthy Hospitals

  90. 186

    A Green World is a Safer One

  91. 187

    Sustainability Roundtable

  92. 188

    David M. Schwarz Architects: Creating Community Through a Collaborative Process

  93. 189

    Abu Dhabi: City of the Future?

  94. 190

    Robert A.M. Stern

  95. 191

    World Leaders on Sustainability

  96. 192

    Design Apprenticeship Program

  97. 193

    Jeanne Gang on Transforming Skylines and Communities

  98. 194

    Shigeru Ban

  99. 195

    His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales

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