the seattle space needle, an american architectural icon, announced its plans for renovation earlier this year. olson kundig architects was chosen to oversee the preservation and design modifications. the project was proposed to both modernize and preserve the existing design. the $100 million dollar construction has now begun and within the first few weeks, a crew of twenty-five construction experts carefully raised a 28,000-pound platform 400 feet in the air.
construction begins on proposed renovations designed by olson kundig architects
olson kundig’s newest renders for the space needle reveal the restaurant’s glass floor dining experience in greater detail. approximately 500 feet in the air, high above the surrounding city skyline, the new design not only includes improvement to the restaurant, but also, for the brave, a viewing platform with glass benches that extend to the edge of the deck’s glass wall.
the restaurant’s dining experience includes open glass floors
with this design, the iconic architectural feature will be preserved and modernized
the viewing deck includes glass benches along the glass wall
the design seeks to enhance the already mesmerizing viewing experience
additional doors and stairways offer increased accessibility from the interior and exterior areas
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