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Brand new here, I know a bit about this thing though. It's a UH architecture project from years ago, the New Harmony Grotto by METALAB based on the work of Frederick Kiesler. Here's an Archdaily artic

I've been trying but I'm not familiar enough with some of this to have gotten any before you did.  Funny thing though, this last one I recognized right away, but after you had already answered. 

Thanks. I thought it might be but this article threw me for a loop.  "The park even taps into the mantra of the Washington Avenue Arts District with a sensitivity to historic preservation by way o

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Does anyone know the source of the "witch's hat" roof?
It resembles the one that was removed from the Witch's Hat house at the corner of Fannin and Webster Streets when that structure was demolished.

 

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2 hours ago, dbigtex56 said:

Does anyone know the source of the "witch's hat" roof?
It resembles the one that was removed from the Witch's Hat house at the corner of Fannin and Webster Streets when that structure was demolished.

 

https://www.houstonpress.com/arts/houstons-witchs-hat-finds-a-new-home-8704761

 

 

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On 1/3/2020 at 3:42 PM, cspwal said:

The witch's hat park (I can't remember the name, but it's on Sawyer just south of Washington)

I don't know how I missed your entry but here is your belated trophy.😴🥴🙏

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9 hours ago, hindesky said:

Thanks.
I thought it might be but this article threw me for a loop. 
"The park even taps into the mantra of the Washington Avenue Arts District with a sensitivity to historic preservation by way of including a 100-year-old restored cupola from a neighborhood Victorian house that has been re-purposed into a gazebo." That didn't sound right.
Just goes to show that just because it's on the internet doesn't make it true.

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