Discovery Park Visitors Center, Seattle, Washington

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Sabrina Sierawski (was created by)
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May 31 1997 at 20:00
The Discovery Park Visitors Center is located in the 534 acre Discovery Park which overlooks Puget Bay. The facility serves as a visitors center and a day camp. Programs include a lobby with exhibit space, classrooms, a multipurpose room, an outdoor porch and an adjacent green. When the summer day camp is not in session, operable partitions allow rental clients to configure the spaces to meet their needs. - Keywords: United States, King County, Seattle, sustainability, educational building. Submitted by Sabrina Sierawski, recipient of the 2006 Whitaker Traveling Fellowship.
1990s (1990 - 1999)
wood (hardwood or softwood)