The facade and veil structural detail at night at The International Spy Museum, Washington D.C.

Opened to the public last Sunday, The International @spymuseum forms part of RSHP’s masterplan for l’Enfant plaza in Washington DC and will create a new home for the privately owned Spy Museum currently located in a 19th century building in Penn Quarter.

As a cultural building, the museum will generate activity and interest within a neighbourhood noted for large-scale government buildings. Consequently, the new Spy Museum will act as a catalyst for the regeneration of 10th Street, initiating and reinforcing the intentions of the National Capital Planning Committee SW Ecodistrict Plan. #rshp #rogersstirkharbour #spymuseum #internationalspymuseum #architecture 📷©️Nic Lehoux

The facade and veil structural detail at night at The International Spy Museum, Washington D.C. Opened to the public last Sunday, The International @spymuseum forms part of RSHP’s masterplan for l’Enfant plaza in Washington DC and will create a new home for the privately owned Spy Museum currently located in a 19th century building in Penn Quarter. As a cultural building, the museum will generate activity and interest within a neighbourhood noted for large-scale government buildings. Consequently, the new Spy Museum will act as a catalyst for the regeneration of 10th Street, initiating and reinforcing the intentions of the National Capital Planning Committee SW Ecodistrict Plan. #rshp #rogersstirkharbour #spymuseum #internationalspymuseum #architecture 📷©️Nic Lehoux

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