Charles Bergen Studios teamed with Barracks Row to create designs for Barracks Row and Eastern Market Letters for the Eastern Market Metro Plaza.
Barracks Row is the oldest commercial street in Washington, DC. The word sculptures that spell out Barracks Row and Eastern Market will provide a picture worthy opportunity like Robert Indiana’s LOVE in Philadelphia. These sculptures will become a place maker, meeting place, and identifier of one of the oldest neighborhood in Washington, DC. The project is intended to harness the transformative power of public art to turn the idea of
signage into a tangible, interactive symbol of neighborhood identity and place-making.
MEDIA: GFRC with Tnemec Abrasive Resistant Coating
DIMENSIONS: Upper Case Letters 54” H, Lowercase 36” H.
LOCATION: Barracks Row and Eastern Market, Washington, DC
PARTNERS: Barracks Row Main Street
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