Stone Hill Center, Tadao Ando, architect, entrance lobby

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    interior of the main entrance lobby

    the newly completed Stone Hill Center at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Massachusetts; designed by Japanese architect Tadao Ando and opened to the public in June 2008

    1. oXane 74 months ago | reply


      Just One Look!

    2. Ed Brodzinsky 74 months ago | reply

      thank you, oXane

    3. javier1949 74 months ago | reply

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    4. Ed Brodzinsky 74 months ago | reply

      thanks, Javier

    5. tlate hiin 74 months ago | reply

      beautiful perspective of beautiful architecture. I like that you have all these information about the building. Japanese architect, indeed, I thought this building has Japanese feel to it. Would love to visit there.

    6. Ed Brodzinsky 74 months ago | reply

      thank you, Takako

    7. diamonds_in_the_soles_of_her_shoes 74 months ago | reply

      Very nice perspective and light, Ed !

    8. Ed Brodzinsky 74 months ago | reply

      thanks so much, d

    9. Ed Brodzinsky 73 months ago | reply

      thanks, jie, for your fave

    10. clarkvr 70 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    11. patrick house planet 50 months ago | reply

      It is great to see Tadao Ando's work in flickr. I love the fact that he used to be a truck driver and a boxer. Check out all his work online.
      You can see it clearly in your image how great his work is.

    12. Ed Brodzinsky 50 months ago | reply

      thanks, Patrick. . . . yes, his work is very fine. . . . . Ando is probably one of the best architect currently practicing. . . .

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