The remarkable Magnolia Public Library in Seattle designed in 1964 by architect Paul Hayden Kirk. Such a special place that has been beautifully maintained. The building and landscape are recognized as a quintessential example of Northwest design with distinct influences from Japan. The branch includes furniture by master furniture designer and craftsman George Nakashima and the landscape was designed by Richard Haag. Check DOCOMOMO for details and directions.

 

 

 

 

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