Maury Mitchell

Maury Mitchell

Toronto, ON, CA


D.C. Metro Canopy

The subways of Washington, D.C., represent what one might call the ‘connective spine’ of the city. This underground, hidden spine of interconnectivity is where human movement and interaction with the city and its neighborhoods takes place. All across town, plazas and street corners containing subway entrances feed off of the life and energy that revolves around this chain of connectivity. Each of these subway station entrances is a portal reaching down into the underbelly of Washington, D.C. The focus of this project is the development of a proposal for a new Metro canopy prototype for the nation’s capital city.

Book Award, Third Year Design Award
Fay Jones School of Architecture
University of Arkansas

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Status: School Project
Location: Washington, DC, US