NEW DESIGNS FOR 9/11 MEMORIAL UNVEILED
Builders have released the latest design for an entrance to the Sept. 11 memorial museum in lower Manhattan.
Architects on Tuesday detailed the updated version of the building's entrance pavilion, with steel cladding meant to resemble the twin towers.
The design by a Norwegian architectural firm, Snohetta, calls for a building that varies between 62 and 70 feet high, surrounded by a grove of oak trees.
It was presented at developer Larry Silverstein's building, 7 World Trade Center.
The pavilion will orient visitors and provide ticketing services. It also will have a 160-seat auditorium and a cafe.