The Moore Elastika Building is the Design District’s most historic venue built in 1921 as the furniture showroom space for Moore and Sons. The unique building features four floors of arcaded spaces totaling more than 21,000-square-feet. The central atrium accommodates 2,000 people for receptions and 1,000 for seated events.
On permanent display in the atrium is the site-specific installation "Elastika," created by Iraqi-born, architect Zaha Hadid and commissioned by Dacra president Craig Robins. Together they wanted a design which compliments and at the same time contradicts the period in which the Moore Building was built.