The interior of the D.C. Court of Appeals is so staggeringly different from its exterior site. The exterior of the D.C. Court of Appeals is relatively boring and unremarkable, where its interior is incredibly intricate and elaborate. This fascinates me, as court houses usually have majestic exteriors and subpar interiors. It is the opposite in Judiciary Square, where most of the courts’ exteriors are far from remarkable. This creates many questions when it comes to the interiors of court houses like this one. Why make an interior so beautiful and an exterior so average?