Friday, March 23, 2012

Zahner Campus

 I am always drawn to architecture modern and historic.  As I drove to the 18th and Vine District my eye caught this unique building.  At that time I was not impressed with the shot I captured, so had to get another.  Upon research I found out this is the A Zahner Campus.  Zahner is known throughout the world for it's precision craftmanship in it's production of design by bold architects

Zahner has been on projects for the 
September 11 Museum
Dream Downtown in NYC
Art Gallery of Alberta
200 Eleventh in Chelsea
McCoy Federal Building Jackson, Mississippi
Cooper Union Academic Building, Manhattan
Lake Whitney Water Purification Facility and Park

These are just a few of the outstanding buildings in A Zahner's portfolio.  I enjoyed looking at all the designs of unique buildings.

10 comments:

cieldequimper said...

The new building is striking and I really like the brick and pale turquoise with that glass.

Tanya said...

wow, that is such a cool building and i really like their office!

Sharon said...

Wow, this is a very unusual building design. I would be drawn to this one too!

Halcyon said...

I don't remember the Federal Building in Jackson as being anything special. Certainly nothing like this! If I had known it was an architect's building I would have taken a closer look. :) I really like this one.

PS: Rock chalk tonight! Although I don't know why they schedule the games so late. :(

Wayne said...

A very interesting building and an interesting company.

Looking through their website I see we have one of their projects here.

RedPat said...

Wow is right! I am off to view their portfolio.

Teresa said...

WAVY! so different and unique. I didn't realize KC had so much eye candy to offer.

Randy said...

That is an amazing design but I do love the old building best.

Jack said...

This is the second modern building I have seen on blogs tonight that I like. As one who prefers traditional architecture, two good modern buildings in one night might be a new personal record. Thanks for showing it.

Karl said...

Wow, this is a very interesting building, I like this design!