21 June 2007

Ethical Society -- south exterior, 2005

View of the Southeast exterior of looking from the main entry toward the East. The difference in the character of the main pavilion (skeletal structure, fully glazed walls, and overhanging trellises supported on cantilevered brackets) versus the wings to the East and the West (non-structural surfaces, horizontal strip glazing, and no three-dimensional articulation of the facade) couldn't be more pronounced.

Photograph Andrew Raimist, September 2005.

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