Sometimes the Building Itself is Just As Interesting As What’s Inside

Often times when you visit a museum, you are looking at the objects of historical, scientific, artistic or cultural significance on the inside of the building, but the BUILDING ITSELF is often very eye-catching, interesting and artistic as well! The same can hold true for your local amphitheater. Yes, you are there to focus on the band or production occurring under the amphitheater’s structure, but take a moment to also appreciate the structure itself.

Today’s Highlight: Museums & Amphitheaters

Dale Chihuly Garden and Glass Museum Curved Roof Structure Seattle, WA.
Dale Chihuly Garden and Glass Museum Curved Roof Structure Seattle, WA.
Sun Valley Music Pavilion Curved Roof Structure Sun Valley, ID.
Sun Valley Music Pavilion Curved Roof Structure Sun Valley, ID.
Peterson Auto Museum Curved Steel Supports for the "Skin" of the Building Los Angeles, CA.
Peterson Auto Museum Curved Steel Supports for the metal “Skin” of the Building Los Angeles, CA. (Photo Courtey A. Zahner)
UC Davis Manetti Shrem Museum of Art Curved Steel Canopies Davis, CA.
UC Davis Manetti Shrem Museum of Art Curved Steel Canopies Davis, CA.
USS Arizona Visitor Center Curved Steel Roof Structures Pearl Harbor, HI.
USS Arizona Visitor Center Curved Steel Roof Structures Pearl Harbor, HI.
Centennial Park Amphitheater Curved Steel Roof Structures Centennial, CO.
Centennial Park Amphitheater Curved Steel Roof Structures Centennial, CO.
Experience Music Project Curved Steel Supports for the metal "Skin" of the Building Seattle, WA.
Experience Music Project Curved Steel Supports for the metal “Skin” of the Building Seattle, WA.

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