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Art in Architecture: “Quiltroad” | Sung-Ho Choi

In 1999, GSA commissioned artist Sung-Ho Choi to create “Quiltroad” for the U.S. Courthouse in Seattle, Washington. Choi used unique design patterns from different cultural traditions of the world to create a mural that resembles a large quilt.

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Art in Architecture: "Grass is Greener" | Tad Savinar

In the summer of 1989, GSA commissioned artist Tad Savinar to create Grass is Greener for the U.S. Land Port of Entry in Sumas, Washington.

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Last Reviewed: 2023-05-16