And there’s some of that good old Midwestern charm. Seriously, half naked Brazilian women, forget it. We have farmers… farmers with pitchforks.
Why something as boring as a salt company would choose to build a giant cantilevered as part of a super modern building, who knows. Now the home of the much more appropriate, per it architecture, Boeing company this baby really took my breath away.
Kind of Plinco like if you ask me. Wouldn’t that be fun, dropping a huge plinco chip down the facade? No one knows where it will fall! Will she get the five thousand or zero. Bet you wish you guessed more kitchen product prices right.
The mirrored finished windows and crawling vines make this warehouse more contemporary than the big glass box behind it. So simple and well executed, an absolute change to the feel of the building. Instead of slapping balconies on and calling it a day, someone thought out how to make the biggest impact. As we glided by down the river, watching the skyline reflected in its mirrors the impact grew.
So jealous. Not that I think trains would actually work in Milwaukee. Still, wouldn’t it be nice. I suppose the rest of you probably drive to work. For those lowly carless cretins like me, public transport would be pretty sweet.
And some general river shots. At least we gots one of those!