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Frank Lloyd Wright Esplanade at the Fine/Watson Administration buildings
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The Watson and Fine adminstration buildings went up in 1948. Here the esplanade turns into an exterior hallway between the two buildings. The fountain is outside the Presidents office. Frank Lloyd Wright designed water features and plantings into all the buildings here at the Child of the Sun.

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