|Title||Dublin House Restaurant (Seattle, Wash.), interior elevations |
|Architectural Firm Name||Terry & Moore |
Moore, Philip A., 1903-1972
Clark Kunzl Co. Inc.
|Date of Drawing Execution||1959 |
|Object Type||Architectural drawing |
|Physical Description||Graphite on vellum: 56 x 86 cm. |
|Building Street Address||321 Union St. |
|Building Location||United States--Washington (State)--Seattle |
|Descriptive Notes||Handwritten in title block:|
Dublin House Restaurant
for Clark Enterprises
The Washington Bldg.
Sheet No. 3 of 12
Handwritten below drawings:
Stamped in title block:
Terry & Moore Architects
803 E. Prospect St.
Seattle 2, Washington
Scale: various sizes.
|Building Notes||Roland Terry was a leading force behind the rise of modernist buildings in the postwar period and through the middle of the 20th century. Incorporating natural materials, open spaces, interior and landscape design with architecture, Terry's designs constitute some of the best examples of Northwest Modernist architecture. From 1952 until 1960, Terry partnered with architect Philip Moore and together they designed a large number of residential and commercial projects. The Dublin House Restaurant was one of many fine restaurants Roland Terry designed for restaurateur Walter Clark. The interior design for Dublin House was intended to re-create the
feeling of a Georgian-style club in an upscale dining room through the use of space, vibrant colors, and the careful arrangement of antiques purchased abroad. |
|Subjects (LCTGM)||Elevations |
|Subjects (LCSH)||Dublin House Restaurant (Seattle, Wash.); Restaurants--Washington (State)--Seattle--Designs and plans |
|Digital Collection||Architecture Collection|
|Digital ID Number||ARC0820 |
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|Repository||University of Washington Libraries. Special Collections Division. |
|Repository Collection||Roland Terry Collection |
|Digital Reproduction Information||Scanned from original drawing at 200-400 dpi, saved in TIFF format, enhanced and resized using Adobe Photoshop, and imported as JPEG2000 using Contentdm software's JPEG2000 Extension. 2008. |