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Canstruction Timelapse: Architects Build Transportation-Inspired Sculptures at the National Building Museum

Canstruction Timelapse: Architects Build Transportation-Inspired Sculptures at the National Building Museum

Twenty-four teams from Washington, DC-based architecture and design firms participated in CanstructionDC 2015 at the National Building Museum, building transportation-themed sculptures out of canned food. At the end of the display, the sculptures will be dismantled and the food will be donated to local hunger relief organizations. Watch the sculptures come together, including a Mayflower bean soup ship and a full-scale smart car, in the timelapse video above. Learn more on the National Building Museum website.

Time-Lapse Courtesy of Work Zone Cam

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Katie Watkins
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Cite: Katie Watkins. "Canstruction Timelapse: Architects Build Transportation-Inspired Sculptures at the National Building Museum" 26 Nov 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/777828/canstruction-timelapse-architects-build-transportation-inspired-sculptures-at-the-national-museum/> ISSN 0719-8884
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