Monday, November 9, 2009

The Seattle Central Library.

Opened in May 0f 2004.
Designed by Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas.
18,400 cubic yards of concrete.
2,050 tons of rebar.
4,644 tons total steel.
9,994 pieces of exterior glass or 126,767 square feet.
28,963 square feet of interior glazing.
Just an amazing space. Here are some of Leslie's interior photos...


Anonymous said...

it's already been 5 years? wow. i love this library, and need to go back soon. thanks for the reminder how cool it is.

one gal's trash said...

Have never seen it! Can't wait to go on my next visit..AMAZING!

EverydayMe said...

wow.... it's really beautiful...
{{hugs}} Michelle