Public Installation

Experiential Master Plan for the Lincoln Memorial Undercroft

New Experiential Master Plan for the Lincoln Memorial Undercroft

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The National Park Service recently engaged Bluecadet and their partners Studio Joseph and Lammey & Giorgio to transform the space below the Lincoln Memorial into a new museum and visitor center. Exhibitions and installations such as hologram-like projections will fill the Undercroft with historic imagery from the countless marches, demonstrations and memorable moments from the memorial's past. 

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Coalition of Survivors Protest Museum for Orlando Pulse Shooting

A group of survivors from the deadly 2016 Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, Florida are protesting the creation of a museum and memorial for the tragedy – which firms including Studio Libeskind and Diller Scofidio + Renfro are vying to build.

Mactac's StreetTRAX at Toronto Pride

Mactac's StreetTRAX at Toronto Pride (image: rainbow graphic on street)

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To show its support for Toronto Pride, a month-long Pride celebration that is among the largest in the world, longtime Pride sponsor Toronto-Dominion Bank wanted to install a large, circular rainbow graphic on the ground of the courtyard by its headquarters. TD Bank wanted the chosen graphic to be cost-effective, but it also needed a graphic that would be durable enough to withstand five weeks of heavy foot traffic and outdoor weather conditions.

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