Design for the Columbia Memorial Space Science Learning Center
Posted on April 6, 2007
Commemorating the 4th anniversary of the Columbia Space Shuttle tragedy, the Miami-based architecture firm Arquitectonica unveiled its design for the Columbia Memorial Space Science Learning Center in Downey, California. The architectural design for the 18,000-square-foot Science Center features a distinctively shaped, shimmering silver skin, an exciting double-height lobby, and interactive exhibits. According to Arquitectonica, the design embodies the aspirations and ambition of astronauts exploring space. NASA's page remembering the STS-107 Crew can be found here.