Daily question: Parking your mind

Mimetic architecture is not entirely new. But Jonathan Moreau captures a rather unique confluence of surprise and sensibility at the Kansas City library parking garage:


What’s ironic here is the fact that this is the part of the country where not too long ago “the board of education – then dominated by conservative Republicans – voted to reject evolution as a scientific theory and erased most references to it from the state curriculum,” as reported in Los Angeles Times. Form follows function: those pesky books…in the middle of the city.

Do you have a mimetic structure where you live?

2 thoughts on “Daily question: Parking your mind

  1. Not sure if this counts, but there used to be a metro (subway/underground) station here in Budapest which had the shape of a huge M – for metro.
    Office building at Örs vezér tere subway station of Metro 2 - Budapest Hungary

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