Bits of the Climatron at the Missouri Botanical Garden have been on a few of my earlier posts. This shot gives a better view of the whole structure. It is an ingenious building. In 1976, some association of architects named it as one of the 100 most significant architectural achievements in United States history. It is 175 feet/53 meters in diameter and 71 feet/21 meters high. Inside is a reproduction of a tropical rain forest.
Yeah, that's the same pool and Chihuly glass gumdrops as in the other pix.
TOMORROW: How about some architecture in black and white?