Renaissance Center Description

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Surrounded by flat, open space, the Renaissance Center in Dickson, Tennessee is unlike any other building in my tiny hometown. This four-story fine arts and technology center could be described as a non-objective construction of geometric shapes which are larger than life. Half of a large glass cylinder, a few squares, and perhaps the most famous part of the building, an incredibly large black sphere, make up the building’s asymmetrical appearance, making for an interesting view when driving down the road. Although large and somewhat overwhelming, the
Renaissance Center has a sense of unity that stems from the varying values of black, blue, and gray throughout the center’s façade. Constructed by EOA Architects in Nashville, the Renaissance

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