Your Favorite Architect Designed a Gas Station
A Norman Foster Repsol Station
As the Detroit Auto Show presages the demise of internal combustion, it’s the right time to celebrate what was once the future — a convenient and appropriately modern place to receive high-power fuels for the miracle of personal transport.
Thanks to Oobjects, we can see tomorrow as a winged petroleum cathedral(frey et. al.), modern furniture, or an unutterably odd troll village by FLW hisself.
Arne Jacobsen designed station, 1936
One can’t help but admire the discipline of Jean Prouve and the style of Arne Jacobsen
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