James Monroe Condominiums
This 312-foot tall reflectively symmetric apartment building might be an echo to the metabolist, brutalist or structuralist architecture. With bay windows and balconies popping up at higher floors, hidden roof terraces and orchestrated disturbances in its rigid structure, it might be any of the mentioned. On the other hand, it doesn’t diverge from the other building blocks in materialization and overall impression, adapting to the Newport high-rise neighborhood.
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