National Mall Collection
The Park Plate collection features notable urban parks and gardens from around the world.
While the color palette and graphic language coordinate with our existing City Plate collection (so you can intermix), the Garden Plates focus on the contrast between the organic elements of the highlighted park and the surrounding urban context.
notNeutrals second Park Plate collection features the National Mall in Washington, DC. Originally envisioned by Pierre Charles LEnfant during the earliest days of the new republic, and brought to fruition a century later by Frederick Law Olmsted Jr. and the McMillan Commission, this ribbon of urban greenery stretches from the U.S. Capitol to the Potomac River and includes many of the nations most-visited monuments, memorials, and museums. Each of the four plates highlights a different segment of the Mall: Lincoln Memorial, Tidal Basin, Museum Core, and Capitol Hill. In total, the plates represent an area spanning more than 1,000 acres. Among the 20,000 trees represented on the plates are the American elms, which line the Malls northern and southern edges, and the Japanese Yoshino cherry trees, which are portrayed in a delicate pink around the Tidal Basin. While each plate has its own distinct characteristics and landmarks, the series finds perfect union in the Malls elegant, continuous expanse of formal allées and promenades.
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