Designed to the specifications of George Washington and occupied by every U.S. President since John Adams in 1800, the White House is one of the world’s most iconic buildings and a place where history is made, literally, every day. From its opulent furnishings to its working offices, hidden spaces to public gardens and state rooms, and a stunning 3D map of the entire interior, The White House Atlas opens the doors to more than 200 years worth of fascinating stories and memorable photographs that celebrate the ultimate symbol of America’s pride, progress and power.
About the Author
The work of Nicole Wetsman has appeared in numerous media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, Consumer Reports, Popular Science, Gizmodo, The Daily Beast, Slate, and others. She has a master's degree from New York University, and a bachelor of arts from Bowdoin College.