Wednesday, October 27, 2010

On A Quest For...Name This Arkansas Architecture

While working on my Bachelor's degree at the University of Arkansas, I took a course which opened up my horizons concerning the evolution of architecture from the Stone Age to Post Modernism. It was fascinating to be introduced to the history of man's/woman's progressive fabrications. As newby Americans and Arkansans, we are limited to what we experience but, we still have ample opportunity to enjoy a wide spectrum  of architectural design right here in the Natural State.

JUST FOR FUN:  This structure which was built in 2007 has fast become an Arkansas favorite even though there were many controversial conversations leading up to its creation. For one, it meant the demise of an old familiar constitution near the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and Little Rock Zoo. However, progress prevailed and the following photo alerts all patrons of exciting things about to happen as they enter the front entrance to this fun filled place... name this Arkansas Architecture...
Email me (Deadline 10:00am Friday, October 29, 2010) at and be the first to correctly identify this structure! Winner (if there is a lucky one out there) and other fun stuff will be announced!

1 comment:

  1. @AshAhrens was the first to Name This Arkansas Architecture correctly as the clock atop the Dickey Stephens Ballpark in North Little Rock! Congrats on winning a Starbucks gift card!!