National Museum of Film and Photography, Washington, D.C.
The origins of this project lie in a desire to understand the relationship that exists between light and architecture.
Natural light has always played a role in the evolution of architecture, helping us make countless decisions about the things we build.
From their siting to their plan, to the nature of their openings, our buildings have to a great extent been shaped by the sun and the moon.
The project became a search for new ways for architecture to express the conscious relationship that needs to exist among light, material, structure, and space.