Sunday, February 20, 2011

Missouri Commons

One of the office buildings that are part of an office complex called Missouri Commons.  I find them appealing.

12 comments:

brattcat said...

they have a european look to them, don't they.

Kate said...

More than just appealing; it is a beautiful structure that combines both modern ad traditional features.

Stephanie said...

Huh, I thought it was somebody's home! I really like the castle tower...rapunzel, rapunzel!!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

The tudor style is unusual for the southwest, although the two little fan palm trees are a giveaway that this is not in England, or Missouri.

There is a Tudor mansion on Arizona Biltmore Circle is impressive, but out of place for the desert southwest.

Randy said...

Looks out of place in the desert southwest but nicely landscaped.

Jarart said...

You found a turret room! I wonder who gets to that that room for an office. I also wonder how it came to be called Missouri Commons. Interesting. This would make a lovely home too.

Magpie said...

Is it usual for the turret not to go all the way to the ground? It does look a little out of place in the desert, but I think that's what I really like about it.

JM said...

I'll place my desk next to the turret window! :-)

Leif Hagen said...

Nicely landscaped and it looks almost like a little castle!

RedPat said...

I like it too. All your buildings seem so new - is that the case? Is Phoenix a fairly new city?

Jack said...

I agree with you. This is very attractive. It looks much different from the kind of building I have come to expect in the Southwest.

T. Becque said...

Almost medieval looking!