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I didn't watch it all, but I did catch the part that said the pavilion was the idea of Olga and Io, which did not surprise me. But I had not heard about the fire. I was there before the fire, and I have visited since. In '62 we dined there in our tuxedos and gowns, while Io and company did their movements onstage.
Isn''t light always being both absorbed and reflected, in any space ? Does anybody get this---or is it a place-holder for something more useful to come ?
The link on the video page:
leads to a "page not found," perhaps because it is incomplete.
Designed by apprentice Thomas (Frederick)Bingham (1947-2007). In residence from 1968 to 1971
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