Located in Washington, D,C, United States, Newseum was designed by Ennead Architects. The Newseum, the largest museum dedicated to journalism. Designed by New York based Polshek Partnership Architects with Exhibit Designer Ralph Appelbaum Associates, the modern glass and steel building occupies a prominent site on Pennsylvania Avenue between the Capitol and the White House.
The seven storey, 640,000 square foot building provides 250,000 square feet of space for the Museum, a conference center and offices for the Freedom Forum, 136 units of housing, and space for commercial and retail facilities, including a public restaurant. Outside the museum, on public display, is a rotating daily exhibit of the front pages of more than 450 newspapers from around the world