Gehry’s Eisenhower Memorial Clears Final Design HurdleBreaking News
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The US Commission of Fine Arts (CFA) has approved Frank Gehry‘s revised design for the Eisenhower Memorial in Washington DC, meaning that after a fifteen-year process, all the involved parties have finally agreed on a design. Gehry’s most recent design – a slightly scaled-down version of the one he produced in 2011, with the two smaller woven steel tapestries removed to open up the view to the Capitol – was approved by the National Capitol Planning Commission (NCPC) earlier this month, allowing the CFA to give their final verdict on the new design.
Though the design is now set, the project is not entirely in the clear: Congress must still approve funding for the memorial, now estimated at $140 million...
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