The Big Maze at the National Building Museum is Immersive

By: Jana Pijak - Oct 2, 2014
References: big.dk & sweet-station
Constructed in the heart of the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., the Big Maze installation by Bjarke Ingels Group is both immersive and dynamic.

BIG architects are known for their sculptural and vivid design concepts and this 60 foot maze installation is no exception to the tradition. The firm's project transforms its neoclassical building shell and creates a photo-worthy sculpture that design lovers cannot wait to visit.

If you're a fan of fantasy or surrealism imagery, you will appreciate this wood-constructed sculpture that one can walk through. Reminding one of a certain scene from The Shining, this maze installation is the opposite of terrifying but is instead an interactive and experiential art piece that individuals of all ages can enjoy.