AT&T Long Lines Building
The AT&T Long Lines Building in New York City is a staggering example of utliitarian architecture. It stands over 167 meters tall. Each floor is about 6 meters high. It is a utility building, its design is clean yet stark. I was looking for the Chambers Street Subway stop, looked up and saw those gaping airflow holes: no windows.
"This is the future," I thought.
The building is on Church Street, and standing right against the wall, I had never ever felt so insignificant.
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