Beams salvaged from the World Trade Center ruins are the focus of the National 9-11 Museum Pavilion at Ground Zero.
Close-up view of a salvaged trident beam on display in a glass atrium at the National 9/11 Museum
Rendering by Squared Design Lab, Courtesy of the National September 11 Memorial & Museum
The September 11 Museum Pavilion by the architecture firm, Snøhetta, is an entry to the underground Memorial Museum. The design centers around trident-shaped columns salvaged from the World Trade Center towers that were destroyed in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. This artist's rendering shows a close-up view of the salvage beams.