To the rescue
Grand Central Terminal
August 14th, 2018
The Monadnock was conceived primarily as a business centre; in fact, upon its completion, it was the world’s largest office building. Architects Burnham & Root designed the north half (built 1891); Holabird & Roche designed the south half (built 1893). Names that are becoming strangely familiar, by now.
The ground floor is purely commercial; a café, a restaurant, various retail shops, a ”shoe hospital”, every single one of them oozing old-school elegance. I am sure their interior design, unique yet totally coordinated, is a prerequisite and constitutes a lengthy clause in their leasing contract.
Whatever the cause, the result is the most atmospheric commercial gallery I have ever encountered.
November 2nd, 2017
But I prefer Dr. Martens
September 9th, 2017
– Hello? This is 2018 calling; may I please speak to…
– Oh, hello 2018, sorry to interrupt, we’ve been expecting your call. Please hold for 2019, it’ll be right with you shortly!
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