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The Smell Of Architectural Death

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jun 01, 2012 01:05 AM
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by Eric last modified May 31, 2012

The First Christian Church in Cedar Rapids, Iowa is no more. Tim Samuelson, Cultural Historian for the City of Chicago, offers up what can be expected from the building's destruction: "Wait until they start slamming the masonry and the indescribable smell of building death fills the air. The haunting odor of wet crushed plaster, masonry & wood. I walk blocks out of my way to avoid it." Read more of the sad news here and...




 

 

6a00d8341bf72a53ef016766f56216970b-800wiThe First Christian Church in Cedar Rapids, Iowa is no more. Tim Samuelson, Cultural Historian for the City of Chicago, offers up what can be expected from the building's destruction: "Wait until they start slamming the masonry and the indescribable smell of building death fills the air. The haunting odor of wet crushed plaster, masonry & wood. I walk blocks out of my way to avoid it." Read more of the sad news here and see photos of the devestation here.

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