Can a building be a muse? Today, we take an even closer look at the interior of the Dixie Terminal Building in downtown Cincinnati, this time from the second floor of the arcade, which gives us a better glimpse at the decorative ceiling.
If these photos aren’t enough eye candy for one day, be sure to check out my shots of the Dixie Terminal facade, first post on the interior, and a bit of information about Joseph Francis Beller, who worked on the building. Whew! I wonder if I’ll ever have an opportunity to take an even closer look, and what that might look like. Perhaps I shall employ a tightrope?
This is criminal! If this whole interior was painted white, or was bare stone, we would see a clearer expression of the form. How can such a pastiche have any relation to modern life?
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