Tacoma Art Museum: Stone Garden and Chihuly exhibit--page 4 (of 5 pages)

Antoine Predock
2003



Five pages including:
front exterior
sides and back exterior
entrance foyer--interior
stone garden and Chihuly exhibit
upstairs interior
 

The stone garden, designed by Seattle-based artist and landscape architect, Richard Rhodes

Mirrored stainless steel and reflective glass border this open courtyard. Wave-like undulating curves in pavers compose the "garden." The centrally located garden is filled with light and open to the elements. See Plan.

Left: long hall with wall on left bordering the stone garden; center: hallways on two sides of the stone garden; right: long hall with wall on the right bordering the stone garden (the same hall as in the first two pictures)

 
 
 
 

Cases with Dale Chihuly glass, part of the permanent collection

 


Continue to page 5--upstairs interior.


Work consulted: Building Tradition. Tacoma: Tacoma Art Museum, 2003. [official guide]

See also Predock's Dell Butcher Hall at Rice University.


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