Thursday, March 26, 2009

Design chosen for civil rights museum |

Design chosen for civil rights museum | "A pair of interlocking terra-cotta-clad buildings as a metaphor for the linked arms of civil rights marchers is the winning design for the planned Center for Civil and Human Rights.

A jury of 13 civil rights advocates, architectural experts, local and national leaders helped the center’s board select the design by Freelon Group of Durham, N.C. / HOK of Atlanta. The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s collection will be installed at the highest point of the buildings, facing the downtown skyline."


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