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Category: Architecture

Diners

Back in the day, heading out on the open seemed to be an exercise in possibilities. By many accounts it was an entertaining yet humbling experience that inspired, energized and […]

Novelty Roadside Architecture

Tail o’ the Pup, Los Angeles. Built in 1946. Demolished in 2000s. Novelty architecture, programmatic architecture, mimetic architecture – they’re all names used to describe buildings that were designed and […]

Revisiting Howard Johnson’s

I never had ANY problem spotting one of those orange roofs from the back seat of that huge mega-Mercury sedan our family took road trips in. As a little girl, […]