The National Building Museum’s New Exhibition features work by Goody Clancy | HDR at St. Elizabeths
In Washington, D.C., the National Building Museum’s new exhibit, titled “Architecture of an Asylum: St. Elizabeths, 1852-2017,” features the work of a Goody Clancy | HRD joint venture as it illuminates the history of the former psychiatric hospital. Goody Clancy is the overall project manager for the 176-acre project which repurposes the site’s historically significant buildings and makes additions that are distinctly contemporary, yet sensitive to their context. The project will ultimately connect a new headquarters for the Department of Homeland Security, an Operations Center, and a new U.S. Coast Guard headquarters. The exhibit includes a model of the West Wing Addition (pictured), created by Goody Clancy.
The exhibit will be on display through January 15, 2018.
Learn more about the exhibit here.