OLYMPIC SCULPTURE PARK NAMED ONE OF RECORD'S "TOP 125 BUILDINGS"

The Olympic Sculpture Park is featured in Architectural Record's "Top 125 Buildings"—a selection of the most significant works that defined architecture in our era.

The list, which also includes the Barcelona Pavilion by Mies van der Rohe, the Kimball Art Museum by Kahn, and the Sydney Opera House by Utzon, resulted from nominations submitted by a group of distinguished critics and scholars as well as Record's editorial team.

The Olympic Sculpture Park, referred to as "the most convincing piece of built landscape urbanism to date" by architecture theorist Stan Allen has been exhibited worldwide. It was named one of Time's "Top 10 Architectural Marvels" and has been awarded Harvard's International VR Green Prize, an AIA National Honor Award, and a PA Award.

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