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Watch as James Corner Field Operation's "Icebergs" Comes Together at the National Building Museum

Watch as James Corner Field Operation's "Icebergs" Comes Together at the National Building Museum

Building on the popularity of Snarkitecture's popular BEACH last year and BIG's massive Labyrinth in 2014, the National Building Museum's 2016 Summer Block Party installation has returned this year with "ICEBERGS," designed by James Corner Field Operations. ICEBERGS is an interactive underwater environment of glacial ice spanning the museum's Great Hall, and invites in the public to escape the hot Washington D.C. summer by exploring climbable bergs, ice chutes, caves, grottos and more.

Take a look at this time lapse video to see how the project came together.

Video courtesy of Work Zone Cam.

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Cite: Patrick Lynch. "Watch as James Corner Field Operation's "Icebergs" Comes Together at the National Building Museum" 08 Jul 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/791044/watch-as-james-corner-field-operations-icebergs-comes-together-at-the-national-building-museum/> ISSN 0719-8884

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