Visitors to the National 9/11 Museum will enter through a 15,000-square-foot pavilion designed by the Norwegian architecture firm, Snøhetta.
Exterior of the September 11 Museum Pavilion, 2008 Plan
Rendering by Squared Design Lab, Courtesy of the National September 11 Memorial & Museum
The September 11 Museum Pavilion by the architecture firm, Snøhetta
is a soaring glass atrium with trident-shaped columns salvaged from the original World Trade Center towers that were destroyed in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
The atrium will lead to an underground museum with September 11 artifacts.