The Demolition and Rebirth of Southwest, Washington, DC

Imagine an entire neighborhood, strong but a little worn on the edges, completely demolished for what would become an outdoor Modernist architectural workshop. It exists, in the smallest and least explored quadrant of Washington, DC. We’ll look at the vision of the 1960’s and 1970’s, when a blank slate became a real, new and totally different neighborhood.

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