LAB’s ASLA Award-winning Project Showcased at DAC Through August 25

on July 5, 2017
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Last Wednesday, the District Architecture Center (DAC) at 421 7th Street NW, Washington, DC, opened a new exhibit in the SIGAL Gallery showcasing the 2017 Professional Awards of the ASLA Potomac Chapter. LAB’s project entitled “Displaced Ecosystems Uplifted” received a Merit Award in the Design-Unbuilt category.

LABites Mike Smith and Andrea Fitch were on hand for the opening reception held the evening of June 28. LAB’s project is one of 15 award-winning works being showcased in this exhibit that runs through Friday, August 25. The exhibit is free and open to the public.

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LABite Mike Smith stands alongside LAB’s exhibit board for the 2017 merit award-winning “Displaced Ecosystems Uplifted” project (Design-Unbuilt Category) that faces 7th Street NW from inside the DAC.

 

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