Travel back to the Roaring 20s with this Seattle Architecture Foundation–led walking tour. Post World War I, architects began fusing modern structural advances with lively and organic designs, creating the style known as Art Deco. Our downtown tour visits lush lobbies and ornate commercial buildings from this era. Learn how technology, archealogy, and French design influenced some of Seattle’s most impressive buildings. Come discover how local designers combined Northwest imagery and Deco elegance for innovative architectural gems. Stops include the Exchange Building, Fairmount Olympic Hotel, and the WAC—now on the National Register of Historic Places. Start here with hors d’oeuvres and no-host beverages.
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