The state's ever-expanding bureaucracy is housed in style in this Postmodern classical building with its unfortunate recollections of Albert Speer's architecture of the 1930s. The industrial-looking overlay of steel from the entrance canopy to the interior decor, once one of Pennsylvania's greatest products, now hearkens back to the wealth of the industrial culture.
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Commonwealth Keystone Building
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