Minoru Yamasaki on Cascade PBS

Searching for Serenity

John Hill
21. maio 2024
Photo: Screenshot from “How Did One Man Use Architecture to Uplift Humanity?”)

Although the pavilion Yamasaki designed was intended to be temporary, it became a permanent part of Seattle and is now home to the Pacific Science Center. This we learn from Mossback, who also gives a brief background on the Japanese-American architect and highlights some of the buildings — most notably the Twin Towers — that he designed following the pavilion.


And for a deeper dive on the life and legacy Minoru Yamasaki, check out Mossback's podcast episode, “The Seattle native who brought serenity to skyscrapers.”

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