Fast Company Goes Behind the Scenes of the 9/11 Museum at Ground Zero
by | Wednesday, August 11, 2010 | 6 Comments
From Fast Company: The museum seems destined to become one of the most remarkable memorial structures in America.
“In 100 years, there won’t be anyone alive that experienced 9/11,” says Steven Davis, whose architecture firm, Davis Brody Bond Aedas, is designing the 9/11 Museum. “What will you tell them? And how will you tell them, to make them understand what happened?”
Davis spoke to Co.Design during a tour yesterday of the unfinished site, which is slated for completion on September 11, 2012–a scant two years from now, and eleven years after the Twin Towers fell.
To continue reading, and to see site photos and video, visit fastcompany.com.