Sunday, January 20, 2013

. . . And Day

. . . And Day by Seattle Daily Photo
Photo & Text © 2013 Seattle Daily Photo. All rights reserved.
Rainier Square in the heart of downtown Seattle features two buildings catty-corner from each other that were both designed by native son, architect Minoru Yamasaki: the 1963 IBM Building which features these six globed lighting fixtures all about the public access area, and the Rainier Tower across the street with its inverted pedestal (curve seen in the background). These lighting fixture scream 1960s design to me, yet reminded me of the Pioneer Square globes of yesteryear in yesterday's shot. Tomorrow I will show you a shot of the whole street scene.

1 comment:

Gunn said...

I like it!