More successful than many postmodern compositions, this building is abstract in form and detailing rather than cutesy. The tower successfully holds and turns the corner. The architects are the successors to the older Keyes Condon Florance firm, which was prominent in the northern Virginia–Washington, D.C. area during the 1950s–1980s.
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