|"A good many inconveniences attend playgoing in any large city, but the greatest of them is usually the play itself."|
101 Paseo de San Antonio
A definite thumbs up on this one. The shape is not unlike that of a huge barn run amok. Gloriously askew. The deep blue is fitting for this structure - especially under a blue sky. Soon, I will venture inside to review the interior spaces.
The exterior is composed of pre-finished ribbed metal panels in varying depths. The color is Marina Blue. It has a durable Kynar (clear coat) finish. The base of the building is glass and flamed limestone.
One of the few decent San Jose public sculptures stands in front - sculpted by Douglass Hollis. The very idea of a statue of a feather is preposterous and wonderful. The city needs to hire this guy to replace the monstrosity in front of the San Jose Museum of Art.