Grey Mile at Alameda

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Grey Mile at Alameda

500.00

The purity of industrial era design will never be lost on me. In the years before outright commercialization, corporatization and absolute monetization, there existed thoughtful simplicity; true minimalism with distinct design intentions. The 70's and 80's begat the devolution of industrial design with the proliferation of concrete tilt-up and value engineered structures. The priority shifted from basic inhabitability to cheapest-possible-method-of-delivery. This image is taken within Los Angeles Terminal Market building #3. Currently under renovation, the former distribution center stands as a symbol and relic to the good ol' days of American ambition and deserved pride 

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