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There is a building I'm looking for a picture of (or at least the name)/

It is approx 5-6 stories in heights, with a PURPLE metal exterior (possibly metal sided) and has "funky" metal artistic touches on the facade. Most distinguishly, it has the appearance that the balcones are not level.

I believe this building is residential, with ground floor retail.....it would have been built within the last 5 years.

If anyone has a picture of this building, or at least knows its name, please contact me. Thanks.

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Your thinking of the Experienced Music Project.... Thats the only 5-6 story building thats a few year old around here... Its got purple, red,silver, blue and Im sure other colors that make up its siding. Here's a pic:

winhec2004_3_01.jpg

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An earthquake destroyed Seattle Center so they bulldozed the wreckage into a pile, which is now the EMP. Or Paul Allen went on a cocaine bender and hired the world's worst/most overrated hack to "design" this mess.

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No....the building I'm thinking of is much smaller scale. It's not a well known building, and I'm sure it's mostly residential.

Regarding the EMP though, I've often heard the locals begrudge the project.

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It isn't art. If that pile of trash is art, every over flowing dumpster in the city is art. I hope Paul Allen awakes from his acid trip someday, fixes that eyesore, and sues the hack who designed it for his money back, as he was obviously ripped off.

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Alright now that's funny.

The EMP is ugly. But it's so ugly and crazy looking that I have to love it. It adds texture and variation to the cityscape. It makes a statement.

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