One-Ninety-One Peachtree Tower

Johnson/Burgee
1990



Distant View

This 50-story skyscraper is clad in granite. The shaft appears to be two towers since the central portion is recessed (allowing for more corner offices) and since it is capped by two almost Baroque columned tops--which give the building a distinct skyline identity. The entrance (see below) presents a high arch (with some similarities to the monumental entrance of the AT&T Building in New York City). This entrance block with retails stores has an atrium.
 
 
 

A unique skyline identity



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