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Mar222009

Chess Park's Illuminated Fabric Structures

Fabric-covered, illuminated forms to symbolize chess pieces, provide diffused light after dark at Chess Park in Glendale, CA.  Reported in Fabric Architecture. Photo by Tom Bonner.

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Very innovative use of fabric !

November 8, 2009 | Unregistered Commenterwillis

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