The National Building Museum’s Mini Golf at the Museum continued this past weekend with more than 1,000 people stopping by the interactive exhibit of 12 mini golf holes designed by area architects, construction firms, urban planners, and designers. We snapped American Geophysical Union’s Kristan Uhlenbroch, who in just two strokes mastered Hole 5, Canal Park, designed by Studios Architecture and OLIN.
House of Reps staffer Paul Gerarden takes his shot at Hole 10, named Confluence, designed and built by Skidmore Owings & Merrill. Waiting their turn, Nat’l Weather Service’s Geoff Wagner, Pattern Energy’s Ashlee Hicks, and Ag Resources’ Melissa Cichantek.
Guests lined up throughout the day to take their turn at each of the 12 holes. The exhibit opened July 5 and has sold out each day drawing more than 14,600 people so far this summer. The exhibit opened July 5 and has sold out each day, drawing more than 14,600. It runs through Labor Day.
(Originally published 8.6.12 in The Scene Bisnow)