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Spokane Style 

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The angular Spokane Opera House (1974; now the INB Performing Arts Center) was designed by the firm Walker McGough as part of Expo '74's Washington State Pavilion.
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Commissioned to design the Washington Water Power headquarters in 1956, Kenneth Brooks used curtain wall design, the first of its kind in the region.
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Commissioned to design the Washington Water Power headquarters in 1956, Kenneth Brooks used curtain wall design, the first of its kind in the region.
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A closeup and wide view of the Paulsen Medical and Dental Building (1929), designed by Swedish-born architect G.A. Pehrson, was one of the last major buildings to be constructed in downtown Spokane before the stock market crashed in October 1929. Pehrson designed it in the Art Deco style with Spanish and Moorish styled detailing.
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The angular Spokane Opera House (1974; now the INB Performing Arts Center) was designed by the firm Walker McGough as part of Expo '74's Washington State Pavilion.
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The Davenport Grand Hotel opened in June across from the INB.
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Gardens were built into the design of the Kendall Yards neighborhood.
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The living room of a Kendall Yards townhouse.
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Craftsman homes, epitomized by the work of Greene and Greene out of California, emphasized decorative restraint, structural honesty and solid workmanship, as seen in this Spokane house owned by Kevin and Janet Conway.
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The Parkade (1967) by Warren Heylman.
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An energy-efficient home built by Pura Vida in the Vinegar Flats neighborhood.
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The 17-story Wells Fargo Building was completed in 1982.
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The angular Spokane Opera House (1974; now the INB Performing Arts Center) was designed by the firm Walker McGough as part of Expo '74's Washington State Pavilion.

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