// text and photography by Marjolein den Hartog


NYCDC Patterns

I’ve been back home for over a week now, so it’s high time I posted a selection of the photos I took while visiting New York City and Washington, DC—starting with some impressive walls, floors, and ceilings. If there’s one thing Americans are very good at, it’s creating awe-inspiring buildings—sometimes with impressive ceilings or domes (like the neoclassical rotunda in the United States Capitol), sometimes through the intricate use of materials (the brand-new lattice structure of the superb National Museum of African American History and Culture), and sometimes by erecting a singular and original construction like Santiago Calatrava's recently built Oculus, the new transport hub for the World Trade Center.

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