There is something about the design of the Penguin Encounter at sea World San Diego that speaks to me. The combination of rock work, plants, colors, and tile makes this a very desirable place to check out when visiting the park. Both the indoor, and outdoor sections really work together to create an informative, yet aesthetically pleasing environment (with that said, they will probably redesign the pavilion to remove those elements).
The tile outside the building is very simplistic, but pleasing to the eye. The blue goes well with the white and black color scheme. It reminds me of the late great Tomorrowland.
Just for kicks, here is a shot of one of the penguins that one can encounter here. This little fellow also matches the color scheme, how about that.
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