Procter and Gamble Headquarters

Kohn Pedersen Fox (of New York)
1982-5





The two towers

The two towers are at the joint of an "L." From the outside of the "L" they symbolize a gateway to the city; on the inside, they face and semi-enclose a garden. The buildings are clad in limestone to connect with an earlier building but white marble is also used for accents. The style is post-modern, dramatically different from modernist cigar-box structures on end.
 
 

The beautiful landscaped setting and pergola



See also the CNG Tower in Pittsburgh by Kohn Pedersen Fox.

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