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Rediscovering Atlanta’s Architecture: Bank of America Plaza

At more than 1,000-feet in height, Bank of America Plaza is not only the tallest building in Atlanta, but is the tallest building in the Southeast, the tallest building in the United States outside of New York City and Chicago, and the tallest building in any American capital city....

Revisiting Atlanta’s Architecture: Graves’ Ten Peachtree Place + The Michael C. Carlos Museum

Any avid Target shopper is sure to have heard of Michael Graves--his name adorns kitchenware spanning from tea kettles to toasters. But before he became well known for designing consumer goods, Michael Graves rose to prominence as an architect and most prominent practitioners of postmodernism, his buildings became distinctive statements in cities across the country known for their use of crazy imagery and geometry....

Revisiting Atlanta’s architecture: One Atlantic Center

Atlanta is a city often accused of forgetting its past. Indeed, as progress plows ahead and the heart of the city bustles with new development, older buildings are cast aside as worthless, either replaced by or surrounded by monotonous, anonymous gleaming glass towers....