Reviews of architecture books (previously A Daily Dose of Architecture Books)
When I was in school, I spent a summer interning in that building. Hippest. elevator. ever.Everyone has solid, closed doors, but whenever I could sneak a peak into Thomas Phifer's office, it always scared the crap out of me. It looks like the future.
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jimmy - I know what you mean about the elevators and the corridors. Phifer's office definitely exudes the qualities he strives for in his designs, though I'd feel like I'd have to wear a lab suit if I worked there!Greg - No, thanks. This site's advertising is more directly related to architecture and architects, rather than real estate or other things.
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