mid-century architecture


Posts Tagged ‘mid-century architecture’

03/1/2013

Only In Sarasota

Illustration by John Pirman John Pirman says the first time he drove by downtown’s post office, “It stopped me in my tracks.” He speculates that the big scalloped awning on the building, which was constructed in 1965, might have been inspired by lace edging. “It creates a beautiful shadow on the monolithic mid-century facade,” he […]

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