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The National Building Museum’s miniature golf course explaine (#DMVReads)

Mini-Golf at the National Building Museum. (Fritz Hahn)

One of the more unique local attractions this summer has been the miniature golf course at The National Building Museum. The 12-hole course was implemented as a fun way to show off what the museum is about: architecture, buildings and how they relate to D.C. Each hole on the course was created by a different architecture firm, and The Atlantic Cities is presenting an in-depth look at the design process behind some of them.

“Inscape abstracted the street grid in the neighborhood to create their hole. Players start the ball on the orange bridge representing the overpass from Union Station on one end of the corridor and make a turnaround at the purple circle standing for the intersection of two diagonal roads.”

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