October 1, 2009
by: AIA New York Chapter

Event: Preserving the Past While Building for the Future: Creating the National September 11 Memorial Museum
Location: Center for Architecture, 09.13.09
Speakers: Alice M. Greenwald — Director, National September 11 Memorial & Museum; Mark Wagner, AIA — Senior Associate, Davis Brody Bond Aedas; Michael Shulan — Creative Director, National September 11 Memorial & Museum
Moderator: Lance Jay Brown, FAIA
Organizers: AIANY; National September 11 Memorial & Museum
Sponsors: Lead Sponsors: Digital Plus; Faithful+Gould; Skidmore, Owings & Merrill; Sponsors: Associated Fabrication


National September 11 Memorial Museum.

Rendering by Thinc Design with Local Projects, courtesy national911memorial.org

Part 1 (Time 13:04):

Part 2 (Time 20:48):

Part 3 (Time 20:41):

Alice M. Greenwald, Director of the National September 11 Memorial Museum explored what it means to build a museum of memory through an overview of the planned museum. Her presentation was followed by a panel discussion on the program, architecture, and preservation of historic assets that are at the heart of the design and planning for the museum under construction at the World Trade Center. The discussion, moderated by Lance Jay Brown, FAIA, included Alice Greenwald; Mark Wagner, AIA, Senior Associate at Davis Brody Bond Aedas; and Michael Shulan, Creative Director for the museum.

Related Links:
Museum Makes History, Below Ground Zero,” by Linda G. Miller, e-Oculus, 09.29.09.


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