Looks like a fine place to stay!Thanks, Jim, for joining us at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/05/american-tobacco-campus-durham-nc.html
Inter-War Functionalist architecture was a tough, no-nonsense style but what a location! Large corner blocks attracted customers in both streets.
Hi JimI worked in Sydney as a young girl in my twenties.My first impression flying in from NZ was red bricks and tiled rooves - I thought it was wonderful!Love your photo of Sutherlands.Shane
Definitely has the 1930s art deco look. Wonder if they have kept the original interior.
I love the detail at the corner where the top of the building steps back in order to create a kind of balcony on the third floor. Outstanding masonry work is on display here. Very nice image.
intriguing building and neat shot!Happy Week to you ~ ^_^
Unusual, but I like it.
Looks nice on the outside. Would like to see the inside. It doesn't looks like a pub.
You certainly have some wonderful structures where you live!
The architecture on the front of the building is really interesting. You really live in architecture heaven. Lisa @ Life Thru the Lens
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