686 Saint Andrew's Place

Kanner Architects
1988



This redesigned facade of an existing apartment block is a good example of post-modern architecture. It alludes historically to 1950's popular architecture and is amusing in its use of the "ham and cheese" look. Patterned diamonds and round cut-outs (some windows, some just indents) decorate the front facade. A small central tower indicates the entrance. Corrugated garage doors line the ground floor.
 




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