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Always in search of inspiration, it’s often valuable to learn from other reinterpretation of the built form. Case in point, the 1962 World’s Fair site in Seattle, WA.
Frank Gehry’s EMP was a fine reinterpretation of the World’s Fair site and works still to complement the Space Needle. The Landscape has involved and further caused reinterpretation. It is fascinating how the building gives light even on a dreary day.
Dale Chihuly’s Glass House and Garden further reinterprets the classic conservatory along with the Space Needle, color and light. The Space Needle – the relic of the 1962 World’s Fair – has become the international symbol of Seattle. It is enlightening to visit the site for ongoing artistic growth around the icon.


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