MY OLD BLOCK \\ completed in 1964, the Clarence H. Rosa Library, in downtown Lansing, Michigan, is one of my favorite examples mid-century modern architecture. The exterior is a latticework of exposed quartz aggregate concrete panels featuring eight publisher’s trademarks, or colophons, and gives the building an almost bejeweled appearance. The fact that the architect, Kenneth Chapman Black, is a local makes the building even more special, I think. #igerslansing

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