[ classy corridors ] – Nordahl Medical Center
Posted on 11 January 2012
Believe it or not, I actually stop and take photos of architecture just because I feel like it. A few days ago I was driving home from a client meeting and took the scenic route (ie. wandering the long way around.) Lo and behold, I discovered a nice looking new building that was clearly unoccupied, and open for new tenants. So I wandered in.
We have come around again in a ten year economic cycle where property owners are sprucing up their buildings to attract higher rents, and they are actively working to show some class. This is the interior main floor lobby area, restroom, and central atrium. The ceiling work is probably the most expensive feature here. Those converging arches are no mean feat.
I still want to go back and get some nice exterior photos too. By the time I left, due to another side track while shooting these, it was dark outside.