In Which What Had Been Lost is Found

Very, very, very exciting news on the Candela front!  Paul & I have received an email from a member of the family who owns the heretofore missing third Candela Structure! It’s alive and well and serving as a summer cabin in the Adirondacks in Upstate New York! I can’t stop using exclamation points!

Here’s a recent picture she sent us of the structure in situ:

Look—it even has its original glass walls! The family is taking very good care of the pavilion, and was as excited to learn about its history as we were to discover its location. They are searching the family papers to see if they can discover anything more about its acquisition, and we will continue to research any new leads that come up. For now we know they won it in an auction after the 1964–65 World’s Fair ended. More updates as we get them on the Updates page over at the Candela Structures website.

Yay!

 

 

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3 Responses to “In Which What Had Been Lost is Found”

  1. jim

    I want to live here!

  2. Kirsten

    Me, too. Might be a little chilly in the winter, though…

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