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A Look At An Empty Hoffman Auto Showroom

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 12, 2013 01:05 AM
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by Eric last modified Jan 11, 2013

Zachary Matthews sends word and a photo from Manhattan of the startlingly empty 1954 Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Max Hoffman Auto Showroom. He writes: "All the Mercedes have been moved out during the last week. The building's windows have been covered with white paper and lease signs. Lots of disarray and clutter on the floors and remaining desks." See more after the jump... While it's interesting to see this engaging space open, it also puts that...




 

 

PhotoZachary Matthews sends word and a photo from Manhattan of the startlingly empty 1954 Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Max Hoffman Auto Showroom. He writes: "All the Mercedes have been moved out during the last week. The building's windows have been covered with white paper and lease signs. Lots of disarray and clutter on the floors and remaining desks." See more after the jump...

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While it's interesting to see this engaging space open, it also puts that nervous feeling in the pit of my stomach to wonder what will happen next for this work of architectural importance.

Images credit: Zachary Matthews


 

 

 
 
 

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