Kansas City's downtown skyline is known for a couple of relatively new structures, Bartle Hall's steel pylons and the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts.
The Bartle Hall Pylons are concrete, steel columnar structures built to support steel cables that suspend Bartle Hall Convention Center over Truman Road and Interstate 670 in downtown Kansas City, Missouri. The sculptural elements that crown the pylons, called 'Sky Stations', are made of aluminum and steel, and were inspired by 1930's Art Deco chandelier and decorative design throughout Municipal Auditorium.
Fabric: Inspired Dye (Garment Dye)
- 100% Combed Ring-Spun Cotton / 24 singles, 175 grams/5.1oz
Neck: CREW NECK
Binding: 1x1 Baby Rib Set-in Collar with Front Cover Stitch. Side seamed. Twill Tape at Back Neck.
- 5.4 oz., 100% combed ring-spun cotton
- 24 single jersey
- 1x1 baby rib
- Set-in collar with front coverstitch
- Twill tape at back neck