Message - Re: Swe. student looking for tips on interesting buildings to see in seattle

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Posted by  emily on June 07, 2003 at 06:20:32:

In Reply to:  Re: Swe. student looking for tips on interesting buildings to see in seattle posted by Michael Kaplan on June 06, 2003 at 19:24:55:

any tips on less extravegant buildings I should look up? such as interesting residential buildings, comunity centers or churches such as steven Holls' - st ignatious?
as for Ralph Erskin, he's designed most of stockholms university campus buildings,with wich I am rater familliar with by now. definetly worth checking out if u haven't already. the arch program is on an other campus though, KTH, the actuall building is considered to be one of the uggliest in stockholm (mostly malplaced... but it grows on u)

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