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Rocky Mountain National Park Administration Building

  • Rocky Mountain National Park Administration Building

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    Designed by Taliesin Associated Architects, the Rocky Mountain National Park Administration Building (also known as the Beaver Meadows Visitor Center) features precast concrete panels with local stones and a Corten steel framework with a triangular motif based on Native American rock art.
    Rocky Mountain National Park Administration Building
  • Building Entrance

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    Visitors enter the building on the north side, where the building appears to be one story. After going through a low entryway, they emerge into a larger lobby with an information desk, a relief map of the park, and a bank of windows facing the mountains.
    Building Entrance
  • Exterior Wall Panel

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    The building's exterior walls were made of precast concrete panels created by covering large stones with concrete and then sprinkling the surface with pebbles.
    Exterior Wall Panel
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