RETAIL ARCHITECTURE | Last Call :: 7 October 2012 :: The End of César Pelli’s Eaton’s Pacific Centre
It was the day before the end and I walked around six floors of deserted department store square footage unmolested.
Here are my impressions of the architecture as I prefer it be remembered, plus a series of liquidation shots. The death of a department store, for your consideration …
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- 2012/10/22 / 16:49
- ARCHITECTS + ARCHITECTURE, CANADIAN DESIGN, CITIES | VANCOUVER, MID-CENTURY MODERN, PHOTOGRAPHY, RETAIL DESIGN, SHOPPING BAGS, STREET FURNITURE, URBAN PLANNING