The east entranceNote the "ship" form at the top of the building.
Detail of the ambiguous "ship" riding atop the "scaffolding"
The east walkwayThe east side corridor is aligned with the grid of the city and squeezed between existing buildings.
Left: looking toward the east side; center: looking south along the east walkway; right: looking northwest
Left: looking north; center and right: the northeast corner and end of the east corridor
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Progressive Architecture (October 1989) has a special issue devoted to this building.
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