ANGLO AMERICA-U S A/Washington-Seattle

WORLD FAMOUS BUILDINGS

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From 'Explore worldwide'1999'. Morning Calm'from KAL Infreight Magazine May 2003,

 

Space Needle
  
 Board Street, Seattle



 Architects by John Graham & Associates on 1962. 184m height and 832 steps to the observation deck. Photo by Dr.Shin Youngjin on 23 June 2007.

 

Skyline
  
 Seattle




 Photo by Dr.Shin Youngjin on 23 June 2007.

 

Columbia Center
  
 Cherry Street, Fifth Avenue & Fourth Avenue, Seattle


 

 Architect by Chester L Lindsey Architects on 1985. 285m height,76 floors.Tallest building in the state Washington. Photo by Dr.Shin Youngjin on 23 June 2007.

 

Washington Mutual Tower
  
 Seneca Street, 2nd & 3rd Avenue, Seattle



 Architect by Kohn Pederson Fox Associates PC & McKinley Architects on 1988.235m height and 55th floors. World headquartwes of Washington Mutual Bank. Photo by Dr.Shin Youngjin on 23 June 2007.

 

Seattle Municipal Tower
  
 Fifth Avenue, Seattle




 Architect by Bassetti Architects on 1990. 220m height and 57th floors. Seattle's 4th tallest building-built and opened as the AT&T Gateway Tower. Photo by Dr.Shin Youngjin on 23 June 2007.

 

1000 Second Avenue
  
 Madison Street, Seattle



 Construction by Howard S wright Construction Co. 7 KPFF Consulting Engineers on 1987. 150m height and 43th floors. Photo by Dr.Shin Youngjin on 23 June 2007.

 

Henry M Jackson Federal Building
  
 Seattle



 Architects by John Graham & Associates, Bassetti Architects on 1974.148m height and 37th floors. Winner of the AIA Honor Award in 1976. Photo by Dr.Shin Youngjin on 23 June 2007.

 

Two Union Square
  
 Union Street, Seattle




 Architect by NBBJ on 1989. 225m height and 56th floors. Local nickname is 'Zippo Building'. Photo by Dr.Shin Youngjin on 23 June 2007.

 

US Bank Centre
  
 Fifth Avenue, Seattle



 Architect by Callison Architecture Inc. on 1989. 177m height and 44th floors.Opened as the Pacipic First Center. Photo by Dr.Shin Youngjin on 23 June 2007.

 

Wamu Center
  
 Second Avenue, Seattle



 Architect by NBBJ on 2006. Museum plaza 182m height and 42th floors. Photo by Dr.Shin Youngjin on 23 June 2007.

 

Century Square
  
 Pike Street, Seattle



 Architect by 3D International on 1986. 116m height and 30th floors. Photo by Dr.Shin Youngjin on 23June 2007.

 

Smith Tower
  
 Yesler Street, Seattle



 Architect by Gaggin & Gaggin on 1914. 141m height and 42 Stories, 36th floors.Smith made his fortune making typewriters and guns and10-foot diameter glass ball on top flashes the hour and quarter-hour at night with red, white and blue lights. The Smith contains 33 full floors of office space. Photo by Dr.Shin Youngjin on 23 June 2007.