Having welcomed more than 60 million visitors before, Seattle’s Space Needle will see a new interior following new innovations. Seattle’s Space Needle, the second most identifiable structure on the planet, will soon debut a whole new look from the inside without substantially changing its exterior appearance. The renovation aims to open up the view from the Space Needle, but it’s also paying tribute to the building’s original conceptual sketches, dated as far back as 1962 with 176 tons of glass and 17,000 square feet. The $100 million renovation will see an installation of 48 open-air glass panels, offering a 360-degree view of Puget Sound beyond and below. For more information about the incredible changes happening at the Space Needle, please visit www.seewhatsup.space.