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Elements Too, Retail Center Atrium from Above, Bellevue, WA
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Elements Too is a mixed use residential development in Bellevue, Washington designed by Cutler Anderson Architects. The architecture is spatially exciting. A dramatic three-story glass atrium opens to an open-air plaza and features contemporary artwork. This upper retail center atrium view showcases a glass sculpture by Dale Chihuly, the famous artist from Tacoma, Washington.
Copyright: Bill Edwards
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11816x5908
Uploaded: 14/06/2012
Updated: 03/07/2014
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Tags: elements too; chihuly; glass; bellevue; washington; architecture
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