Roof and Columns
June 1, 2004
This shot effectively describes the entirety of this building. If you divide the floor plate into thirds, the center third has a raised ceiling, with the elevation provided by windows. The areas to either side of this have skylights. Without any artificial lighting, this large interior remains bright throughout the day.
(I'd go so far as to say that the advent of cheap electricity had a direct influence in reducing the quality of architectural design.)