A telephone lineman, complete with his climbing spikes, and a lathe operator turning a project.

Observe here, the dividers, made of a series of alternating squares and diamond; repetition creates the pattern, making up the row. Note also that Lawrie designed ALL of these figures and elements, while working on other projects, such as the Nebraska State Capitol and other major works, all at the same time.


Let’s take it to the bridge!

Doors to the Forum Building, Harrisburg, PA, by Lee Lawrie.
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