Seattle Public Library’s flagship facility is located in the heart of the downtown business district on Third Avenue, covering the block between Madison and Spring Streets.The ‘exoskeleton’ (unsure how else to describe it) of the building has diamond shaped windows with floor to floor views. Beginning on the 10th floor if you follow the walkway, you wind down in an odd spiral from one floor to the next, or of course take the escalators or elevators.
The 4th floor is a series of conference rooms. Stepping off the elevator into the cherry red hallway is surprising and for me almost nauseating (at first). Here I’ve caught a patron in a yellow safety jacket walking through part of the circular central hallway on the floor. I spent only about a half hour wandering there, shooting and watching, then I was quite ready for the real world of light and and normal color.
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