Pop architecture

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Pop architecture

(1962–1974)
A style which refers to structures that symbolically represent objects, to fantastic designs for vast sculptures on an architectural scale, or to any architecture produced more as metaphor than building.
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The interior of the 1941-built building now feels like the inside of a giant barrel, while the back patio is distinguished by a replica of vintage roadside relic the Bulldog Cafe--the kind of novelty architecture that earned L.
But novelty architecture comes in several varieties.