Pictorial> BIG’s Smithsonian Master Plan Revealed

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Sackler Gallery from the National Mall. (Courtesy Bjarke Ingels Group)

Sackler Gallery from the National Mall. (Courtesy Bjarke Ingels Group)

As AN reported today, the Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) has unveiled its master plan master plan for the Smithsonian Institute’s south campus in Washington D.C. The $2 billion plan would transform multiple cultural destinations with new systems and facilities, and create a dramatic new public space. While the project isn’t expected to be fully implemented until 2041, you can scroll through the gallery below to get a sense of what the Smithsonian and BIG have planned. Learn more about BIG’s plans over here.

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