Friday, December 29, 2006

McCaw Hall Kreielsheimer Promonade


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This is the last week of the Maurice Sendek-inspired Nutcracker performances at McCaw Hall. If you look through the glass doors to the lobby you can see the nutcracker in larger-than-life form. In this view you see the top of the Needle adorned with Christmas tree lighting through the mesh screens of the grand promenade designed by Gustafson Guthrie Nichol These gigantic sheer metal curtains catch light and connect the completely refurbished hall with the adjacent performance space. For more information check out this and this.

6 comments:

zannnie said...

great architecture!! and you took a very nice shot of it!:)

Olivier said...

tres belle photo et superbe architecture. les immeubles tout en verre, c'est magnifique.

very beautiful photograph and superb architecture. the buildings very out of glass, it is splendid.

Chris & Deb said...

beautiful building, beautiful lighting and an exquisite photo!

John said...

Great photo, amazing looking building.

Kim said...

Thank you to everyone for your very kind comments. My time to answer has been very limited in the last weeks and I miss "talking" with you. I appreciate so much your taking the time to respond to the photos.
-Kim

kostas said...

I like it too much,colors,reflections,very beautiful!