The Snap: AIA-NC Headquarters

The Snap: AIA-NC Headquarters

March, 24, 2011 , by Jedidiah

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Photo by New Raleigh

The new AIA-NC Headquarters, designed by Frank Harmon, starts to rise out of the ground on Peace Street.

The Snap is a weekly original photography feature published by New Raleigh.  If you have a photo that you’d like to be considered for The Snap, email it to snap@newraleigh.com.  Photo must be from Raleigh and no longer than 1000 pixels on the longest side.  Please include photographer’s name and a caption.








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  • SG
    03/25 10:37 AM

    I can’t wait for this construction to start coming together. I pass that section of Peace St. every day on my way to work and it definitely needs some TLC in the form of cool new architecture.

  • Tyler Durden
    03/25 02:13 PM

    It will be a lovely addition to landscape with the giant, white PS2 in the background:)

  • mattaylor99
    03/25 04:50 PM

    Labrador training

    Very interesting, I think this has promise :)

  • DT
    03/25 09:15 PM

    @ Tyler

    Secretly i have always thought the same thing about that building, but in a good way.

  • Tyler Durden
    03/26 09:24 AM

    @DT - oh yes! In the best way imaginable!

  • ThatGuy
    03/27 02:37 PM

    If ever a dystopic 1970s style sci-fi movie is filmed in Raleigh, the Archdale Building would surely have to be the HQ of the evil corporate/government entity that rules all. No other building in the state even comes close. It really is a fantastic example of it’s era and attractive in it’s on modern/post-modern right.

  • King D-Bag
    03/27 05:26 PM

    Just today I figured out that the Bath Building is actually not the North Korean embassy.

  • ncmyk
    03/28 12:30 PM

    nice pic, it has that “my 70’s kodak film is fading” look.

  • arthurb3
    03/28 02:39 PM

    Oh, yes. The Bath Building would make a nice sci-fri movie set back drops. Those 60 designers and architechs were really going for those geometric designs!!

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    05/10 03:51 AM

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