The Office Building Cutaway is a cutaway photo of the Office Building built on the National Mall.
“It’s one of the most iconic pieces of architecture in Washington, DC.
And this is the first time that it’s been in a real public place, in an open space, where the public can enjoy the building itself,” the office building’s architect, Scott Baskin, said.
This is the cutaway of the National Museum of the American Indian building, part of the Smithsonian Institution, on the Mall in Washington DC, February 24, 2020.
(AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)”This building is not just a piece of art.
It is an architectural marvel, and this is a great example of how important the public is in our country.
So, we are delighted to bring this beautiful piece of history to the National Museums in Washington.”
Baskin is best known for his design work on the Washington Monument.
He has also designed many other buildings including the White House and the National Zoo.
The Office Building cutaway was taken from the National Archives collection at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington D.C. Its original scale of 1:3.5″×3:3×3.25″ was scaled to fit the office space in the museum building.
It depicts the original layout of the building when it was built in 1865, with the Washington Square Park in the background.
At its height, the National Park Service’s Washington Monument was the tallest structure in the United States, with Washington D,C.
rising to the second highest point, with its spire at the top.
Basking in praise of the “magnificent” building, the museum’s executive director, Deborah Peltier, said: “This iconic building, built on a monumental scale, is a symbol of our nation’s greatness.
It’s also a beacon of hope to millions of people across the nation, who are struggling to get by today.”