This building appears to be keeping to itself, but really
it has a lot to communicate. In fact, hypothetically, it could
serve as home of the Tin Can Telephone Company, devised by the
Center for American Placelessness, a theoretical cultural institution
devoted to the the synthesis of community and placemaking. The
massive rooftop light bulb announces that this is a fun and exciting
place to visit. Stroll down our wood grained sidewalks with a
pair of your own cans and we will craft you a nifty communication
device in no time. On the playground, kids can whisper (or scream)
secrets to anxiously waiting peers via oversized tin-can telephones.
Chat with strangers; chat with friends. No appointment necessary!
Rendered by Lauren Stewart and Christina
Hilliard, Conceived by Nicole Lavelle