The Candela Structures


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Candela Structure

Originally built for the 1964 World's Fair and still standing along the Flushing Bay waterfront, the World's Fair Marina pavilions are among New York's quirkiest, most distinctive architectural forms.

The Candela Structures: A New York City History Mystery, was an exhibition produced by journalist Paul Lukas and architect Kirsten Hively that told the story of these underappreciated fiberglass structures and the surprising degree of mystery and misinformation surrounding them.


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