An unusual Corinthian column caught my eye from the road and lured me closer. I was surprised to find an unexpected theme incorporating a diverse array of architectural materials. I grabbed a few photos and continued on my journey…
The column that sang to me as a siren sings her song…
Column detail. I’ve never seen anything quite like it!
More columns! Here they serve as an oddly-scaled and roofless porte-cochère.
Multiple stylistic elements join forces to create a one-of-a-kind assemblage of various materials.
A wide variety of fenestration types have been incorporated. The roofing material and red paint attempt to tie the disparate elements together.
A once-futuristic lamp keeps watch over an adjacent road. A quarter-circle window serves as a transom above a door on a shed-style addition to an addition to a former service station. Between them, a bus has been repurposed as an advertising billboard, complete with nighttime illumination.
Multiple window shapes and sizes enliven the rear elevation which is clad in various types of material.