The Octagon Museum
The museum of the Architects Foundation
From March to October, 2017, the 2016 CODAawards winners were exhibited at Octagon Museum in Washington, DC.
At CODAworx, we're dedicated to making the world a more beautiful place through the combined power of design + art, and Octagon Museum, by virtue of its association with the Architects Foundation, is the perfect space in which to celebrate projects that transform spaces. The exhibition featured fantastic collaborative design + art projects from all around the globe.
About The Octagon Museum
Maintained by the Architects Foundation, the Octagon building was completed in 1801, designed by Dr. William Thornton - the first architect of the United States Capitol. In 1898 the Architects Foundation made the building the Architect's Foundation's first D.C. headquarters.
Learn more about visiting the Octagon, other upcoming exhibitions, and the history of the Octagon building on the Architects Foundation website.
2016 CODAawards Winners
The exhibition featured fantastic collaborative design + art projects from all around the globe. CODAawards winners were displayed throughout the entire second floor of the museum through video, photographs, and text panels describing the work, goals, and processes for creating the winning projects.