JOURNEY OF A JUMPSUIT WITH CHAPTER - PART II
Structural minimalism at its best.
Have you ever discovered an architectural marvel in a place so unexpected that you're compelled to share it? The Richard Meier-designed
City Hall of Downtown San Jose
is one of those locations. From sweeping staircases, weather-aged concrete walls to the curved metal beams, the building is quintessentially Meier at every corner, every angle. I have long developed a special affinity for his work, most notably The Getty Center.
Just like a Richard Meier building,
offering is distinctly structural and pleasing to the eye. There's something incomparably chic and functional about the jumpsuit - it can be as simple or complex as you style it to be. Personally, I love to build upon the suit and make it entirely my own. When a leather harness and sleeveless zipper vest are involved, you can't help but call it masterpiece in its own right.
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