An architectural gem of Seattle's history, the Pacific Science Center (built for the 1962 Seattle World's Fair as the US Science Pavilion) was designed by Seattle-born architect Minoru Yamasaki. While most are familiar with the five arches standing tall under the even taller Space Needle, the details inside the pavilion are not to be missed.
Professionally printed on Kodak Endura and comes unframed. Paper size: 11" x 14", image size is approximately: 8" x 11"
Photo by Zack Bolotin
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