What You See Is What You Get: 15 Examples Of Novelty Architecture

Who doesn’t love novelty architecture? Ice cream parlors that look like milk bottles, OJ stands that resemble oranges, a film development lab shaped like a point-and-shoot camera, or—in the case of Arrested Development—a banana stand that looks like, well, a giant banana. In their seminal 1977 book Learning from Las Vegas, Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown coined a …Continue Reading