Mackenzie Hall at University of Washington, Built 1960


Mackenzie Hall on the University of Washington Campus was completed in 1960 by Decker & Christenson and Paul Hayden Kirk. It is home to offices for the Foster School of Business including The Global Business Center, Center for Leadership & Strategic Thinking, Consulting & Business Development Center, and the Foster School Alumni Team.

The inner courtyard of the building is quite stunning, and features a fountain that was moved from the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair. The fountain was designed by Seattle native and University of Washington alumnus George Tsutakawa.

George Tsutakawa, February 22, 1910 – December 18, 1997, is a world-renowned fountain designer. He designed more than 70 fountains in public spaces during the 1960’s and 1970’s.

While on the University of Washington Campus, be sure to check out the Burke Museum and McMahon Hall as other examples of Mid Century Modern Architecture – both are listed on our site.

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