Posted June 03, 2019 02:38:25The White House, built on a reclaimed pond, has become a symbol of the White House and has become the focus of a fierce debate over whether the design of the Oval Office building was done in the style of an ice house or the White Houses historic home, The Washington Post reported.
The White Houses official seal, a depiction of the seal of the United States, was also a target of criticism.
A design team that included some architects from New York and Chicago also designed a design for a new building at the site of the former White House.
The building would be called the IceHouse.
The site of President Donald Trump’s presidential library has been the subject of protests since the site was chosen for the new building, which was to be built in the shape of a cone.
A new protest camp was set up at the White, House compound for several days after the new White House was revealed.
Some of the protesters who camped out on the Whitehouse compound say they want the building to be more than just a symbolic marker.
A few of the campers said they want to create an image of the space, the new president and their children, to make a statement about what the space represents.
“What they want is to change this space to symbolize a different, better future for our country and our planet, to reflect the values that we stand for,” said Jamilah Lemieux, an organizer of the encampment.
The new building would cost $1.4 billion, and it would replace the White house’s original facade.
The design for the building was unveiled in March and is a response to a petition signed by more than 3,000 people, who say it represents the future of the country.
The seal, designed by architect John L. Paul Brown, is a depiction that shows a man standing on a pole with the letter ‘I’ over his head, with the words “A new beginning for the world.”
The White house, designed in 1790, was the first White House to be completely rebuilt after the Civil War, and has stood in its current shape ever since.
It has been criticized for the color scheme and lack of historical significance.
In February, the Architectural Review of America voted to rename the WhiteHouse.
In June, a petition to rename it also garnered more than 5,000 signatures.
It was the White’s second design, after the White Senate, which went into the National Archives in 2001 and was replaced by the National Cathedral in 2016.
It also was the home of President Richard Nixon’s wife, White, and their son, White.