Homage to traditionThe central public plaza has a long history. Here, the campanile, a fixture of church architecture, provides the focus. Not only its height (ten stories--125 feet) but its color commands attention.
A friendly setting, even in the August sunLegorreta said: "Architecture should serve society, creating spaces for people of all races, giving them the pleasure of walking, reading, meditating, and conversing."
|There are two bright yellow buildings; only the south one is pictured here. I believe it was initially planned as a cafe.|
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See also Legorreta's Visual Arts Center, Santa Fe University of Art and Design and Santa Fe Art Institute and Plaza Juarez in Mexico City.
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