What pops into your head when you think of architecture? Is it a building with a flowing design that extends into the outer reaches of its context? Or maybe is a vertical tower that is highly orthogonal with sliding planes and shifting volumes. But would you ever consider architecture as an elevated paragraph like these examples in our 25 stunning interactions of typography and architecture? Check these out and tell us what you think.
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19th Amendment on the Grand Central Terminal by Stephen Doyle of Doyle Partners