RIP W.A. Sarmiento, noted architect of modernist banks

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RIP W.A. Sarmiento, noted architect of modernist banks

Postby scowsa » Thu Dec 05, 2013 5:27 pm

W.A. Sarmiento dies at 91; architect redesigned banks for modern era

http://www.latimes.com/obituaries/la-me-wenceslao-sarmiento-20131205,0,7398766.story#ixzz2meZgxRSG

Seeing this I explored more and found this site
http://www.midcenturybanks.recentpast.org/home

which included photos of a couple of favorites

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Phoenix Financial Center

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