View construction time-lapse of the National Building Museum’s new summer installation

            <img src="https://archinect.imgix.net/uploads/12/1276d47fab2a92bb6fa2a2868f99cfa7.jpg?fit=crop&auto=compress%2Cformat&w=1200" border="0" />Imagine bringing the feeling of summer indoors. In conjunction with the <a href="https://archinect.com/news/tag/136078/national-building-museum" >National Building Museum</a>'s annual Summer Block Party Installation, the Rockwell Group turned the museum's Great Hall into a green-hilled summer experience. Complete with painted murals of blue skies, plenty of space to lounge as well as fun summer activities, visitors can roam throughout the transformed hall. Thanks to EarthCam<em>,</em> time-lapse footage of the installation's construction allows for the public to go behind the scenes and witness the building process of the Great Hall transforming into a dreamy summer environment.&nbsp;

Lawn. Image © Timothy Schenck.

A great way to experience a summer day without breaking a sweat, the Rockwell Group aimed to make the installation as green as possible, literally. All of the materials used, from the artificial astroturf to the repurposing of the site’s scaffolding. The artificial grass is made out of plant-based materials by SynLawn. addition to the grassy slopes, the muse…

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