Beneath the heart of Washington, DC, a twisting network of trolley tunnels and stations lie abandoned. The space languished for years as developers and architects fought the city's red tape until The Arts Coalition for Dupont Underground was awarded a 5.5 year lease on the space in late 2014. Led by architect Braulio Agnese, the space will be rehabilitated into a multi-use public arts space and tap into the robust local business community.
Earlier this month I was invited to photograph the raw space as they fundraise and prepare to begin work; check out the images below, and stay tuned on their website. Eery, dank tunnels and dilapidated platforms will soon give way to inspiring arts spaces. I can't wait to see the transformation!