If beauty ever really saves the world, one of the creators of this miracle will undoubtedly be the wonderful master glassmaker Dale Chihuly. His studio's works are now exhibited in 200 museums around the world, including the Louvre. In Seattle, Chihuly's fantastic installations occupy several rooms at an exhibition center located in the heart of the city. Glass plants and flowers are also exhibited outdoors in the park adjacent to the center. The combination of lively, natural flora with masterpieces of glass craftsmanship leaves an unforgettable impression. It seems that the master seems to be competing with nature itself, trying to surpass it in elegance and originality. If you visit the museum in the late afternoon, the experience will be even stronger, as the glass figures are artfully illuminated. The museum shows videos about the work of glassmakers and the story of Dale Chihuly's accession to the “glass throne”.