Saying Goodbye to the Nuclear Reactor Building

The Nuclear Reactor Building on the University of Washington Campus has been fighting hard for nearly two years, and following a controversial Superior Court ruling in favor of the University, the building’s future is looking bleak. The judge ruled that, as the University is an educational institution, it does not need to comply with Seattle’s… Read More Saying Goodbye to the Nuclear Reactor Building

St. Paul’s: The Space Needle’s Unlikely Companion

  The Space Needle, as the most readily-identifiable landmark in the Seattle skyline, is without a doubt the best-known structure created for the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair. Seattle Center served as the main stage for the World’s Fair and features dozen of other buildings and structures that were originally built for fair use. Among others,… Read More St. Paul’s: The Space Needle’s Unlikely Companion