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  Jack Miller - Architect

Central Telephone was built in 1958 in downtown Las Vegas near Fourth and Freemont. The cast concrete artwork rising vertically, visually separating the offices from the switch gear portions of the building is an applied piece of artwork covering the rendering itself and preserves the original design which looks to be an assortment of stacked sewage pipe of various diameters. The client probably vetoed this proposal and said "Come on, you can do better than that"
 



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