Wednesday, June 18, 2014
Given that my last post set a new standard for unreadibility I feel compelled to dish out some standard architecture fare. And, yet, I cannot do it. I looked at some images of the Larkin Administration Building and realized that I know nearly nothing about office architecture. This is a cop-out; akin to a fish saying it knows nothing about water, but I'm not sure I can grasp the consequences or merits of such a potent symbol of white collar drudgery.
Who worked there? What did they think? I wonder if the BAC library has the book on it.