This building is a simple rectangular box that has the appearance of being partially hidden in the ground. Its architectural treatment is reserved for the carefully studied placement of windows (there are very few), the angled parapet, and the detailing of the entrance with its recessed door, the suggestion of corbeling, and the richness added by the pair of bronze wall lamps. Everything about this limestone-sheathed building is sparse, but quite refined.
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