Laid out by Fujita and Associates in 1990, the two-hundred-acre science and technology park is a complex of buildings dedicated to the study of astronomy. It forms a lower-altitude base for the observations undertaken on the summit of Mauna Kea. A consortium of agencies dedicated to science, the individual headquarters vie with one another through their bold, technologically oriented, functional forms.
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University of Hawaii at Hilo Science and Technology Park
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