Discover the city’s rich modernist landscape architecture legacy in the new digital What’s Out There D.C. Modernism guide produced in partnership with the National Park Service. From the threatened Hirshhorn Sculpture Garden to Langston Terrace Dwellings, designed and built by African Americans, this richly illustrated guide features dozens of sites and designer bios.
D.C. Modernism is fully optimized for handheld devices and includes What’s Nearby, a GPS-enabled function that locates all landscapes within a certain distance, customizable by mileage or walking time.
D.C. Modernism is the eighteenth city and regional guide created by The Cultural Landscape Foundation and the first focused on a specific design style.
(Source: The Cultural Landscape Foundation)