Website Update News #24 – Mid-century Modern Buildings #1

This is a short post which was interrupted for a little 4-day weekend trip to the Bay Area. I’m about halfway through this section and will resume with another post after a Bay Area interruption post (coming up real soon).

This monolithic dome in Denver, CO was built in the early 1970s. It was demolished last year:

Good news/bad news: Knightley’s Parking Garage from 1949 in Wichita, KS:

has been restored. The front part of the building and sign look great. But the back side with the portholes and curved walls that conceal spiral parking ramps is barely visible now since it’s shoved right up against a new building:

This bank in Gautier, MS was demolished last year:

This motel in Meridian, MS was also demolished last year:

It had this neat little structure for access to the second floor on the side of the longer building with motel rooms:

These buildings at the Crossroads Mall in Omaha, NE were demolished last year:

Back to this section very soon.

Happy trails,
dj & the dogs

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