Saturday, December 17, 2011

Reflected Fountains and More at the National Gallery of Art

Sections of the National Gallery of Art receive daylight through these pyramids. Although I find them architecturally interesting, they must exist solely for their functionality, as they sit in what seems to be an overflow loading area between the museum’s two buildings.

I keep waiting for a security officer to come by and ask what we are doing here. Maybe when they finish residing the East Building they’ll turn this into a pleasant courtyard.

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