Translucent Wall Turns Museum Inside Out

Translucent Wall Turns Museum Inside Out
Jeff Squires
  • 17 december 2008

The Whatcom Museum of History and Art in Bellingham, Washington, is in the process of constructing a new building for their campus.  Designed by Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects, the focal point of the silver level, LEED registered building will be a 36-foot-tall, 180-foot-long translucent wall, known as ‘the lightcatcher.’

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