Friday, June 12, 2009
Drexel University is known for the ugliness of their buildings. Recently they added a few more floors onto an existing parking garage. (This parking garage is part of the Tale of the Two Parking Garages but that's another story). I didn't think it was possible, but they made it even uglier.
The upper floors are clad in metal, remembling an overgrown afterthought air conditioning unit. It's awesome how it doesn't even attempt to coordiante with the existing part of the building.
Way to go Drexel! That's a great example of never settling for ugly enough when you can make it uglier.
Posted by Scoats at 5:03 PM