The architecture of stagnation

The architecture of stagnation

A hotel in downtown Binghamton shows off the architectural style that dominates the region: the blocky, ostentatious remnants of the economic confidence of the 60s and 70s, now faded into drab monuments of past prosperity.

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3 Comments

April 1, 2012 · 8:41 pm

3 responses to “The architecture of stagnation

  1. At least it’s kept up. Crumbling monuments of past prosperity are really sad reminders.

  2. Well, I’ll be posting some photos in that vein as well. Sadly, there’s plenty of it around here.

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