... vernacular architecture — the coffee shops shaped like coffeepots; the gas station shaped like a teapot (the Teapot Dome Service Station in Zillah, Wash.); and the motels shaped like all manner of things, from wigwams to zeppelins to railroad cars ...
There a name for that?
We've had a few posts about wigwam hotels ...http://goscf.com/t/33043&whichpage=3#326176http://goscf.com/t/33043&whichpage=5#346734
... but who else has examples of Vernacular Architecture?
(I suppose that the theme parks would qualify, but the standalone stuff seems more in the spirit of the thing.)http://www.nytimes.com/2016/06/03/a...s-at-76.html
... the obit of vernacular architecture photographer Frank Margolies