Ever since elementary school, I’ve had a deep interest in architecture. It's so deep that I often can't retrieve any of the information I have read or learned over the years. Yet there's nothing I love more than architectural lines and forms.
The Industrial Indemnity Buildings in Mission Valley, San Diego, California (1970 - 1974) were about 500 feet away from my place of work, nearly hidden in the shadows of the 805 freeway.
Open spaces abound here, and glass walls and floor-to-ceiling windows open up to the surrounds of nature.
Read more about this modern, hidden gem on my blog.