An Artistic Village: The Impact of Art and Energy on 14th Street NW

For a visual representation of this essay, follow along with my prezi.  14th street NW has a deep and tumultuous history that has been distantly moderated by Washington politicians, realtors, and citizens for decades. Googling 14th street now delights the modern shopper or hip diner with a plethora of trendy options, but from a researcher’s perspective, […]

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A Simple and Revolutionary Design: The WeWork Website

As I entered the WeWork Wonder Bread Factory building, inspiration overtook me. I was surrounded by modern-graphic art, and young workers ready to take on the world. When I entered the WeWork Wonder Bread Factory website, I felt the same feeling as when I walked into the building itself. By simply being in the building, […]

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14th Street’s Revolutionary Complex Local System

Amanda Abrams’s article, “In D.C., a Street’s Grit Gives Way to Glamour,” explores the public impact of the swelling developmental revolution on 14th street NW through historic, economic, and interpersonal lenses. The article is in no way a warning to citizens, but a notice: with corporate interest on the rise, 14th street will continue to […]

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