Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Centennial Monument, Howard University

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Creating uplift through service is the design expression that guided the final form of the monument. The monument experience includes three components. The monument entry plaza, the monument wall, and the monument bench. Each component gives tribute to the sorority organization, its principals, and Howard University.

Status

Built / 2020

Budget 

Client

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.

Location

Washington, DC 

Project Team

Glenn LaRue Smith, Principal-in-charge

Vinson J. Hustvedt-Camacho, Design Principal

Collaboration

Kline Memorials- Contractor

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