by Lynne Rostochil Now that you’ve had a look at the entire Architectural Applications of Concrete in Buildings brochure, let’s see how the Oklahoma buildings mentioned in the document have fared since it was published in 1961. Pauls Valley High School, Pauls Valley. Designed by Jack L. Scott, 1960. To me, this was surely one […]
by Lynne Rostochil There’s so much great eye candy with a brochure I found at archive.org entitled Architectural Applications of Concrete in Buildings (published in 1961) that I’m making two Mod Blog posts out of it. So, here’s the rest of this amazing document!
by Lynne Rostochil Recently, I was browsing around on archive.org and found a fascinating brochure called “Architectural Applications of Concrete in Buildings” from 1961, and I thought you’d like to see it, too. There are several Oklahoma buildings included in this wonderful document — you can click to enlarge a photo to get a closer […]
by Lynne Rostochil Last week, we posted about the thin shell wonder that is the First Christian Church in OKC, but there are several buildings around the state that are nearly as dramatic and just as beautiful that employed the same technique. Some pretty sexy MCM schools have been constructed throughout Oklahoma, from the groundbreaking […]