A selection of schemes for the National Building Museum's Mini-Golf exhibit

Canal Park

The entry from Studios Architecture and Olin, with a color-changing lightbox that conceals a shortcut to the hole.

Finishing off a round on Canal Park by Olin & Studios Architecture.

Wood & Irons

The JBG Companies and Landscape Architecture Bureau's Wood & Irons, as built.

Mulligans on the Mall

Teeing off inside the forced perspective of 'Mulligans on the Mall' by Wiencek Associates Architects Planners.

Daedalus’ Journey

The entry from Skidmore, Owings & Merrill consists of like-shaped square pegs of varying heights in an exaggerated topographic map of the Potomac basin.

The first hole of twelve leads golfers across a bridge and back.

This illuminated wooden box has three paths to get to the hole.

Grooves on this entry, entitled 'Ball on the Mall,' offer varying degrees of difficulty.

This challenging hole might be better suited for skateboarding than mini-golf.

A look through the exhibit hall during the opening weekend.

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