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David Stott Building
 
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Description
David Stott Bulding is one of the most iconic Art Deco skyscrapers in Detroit. It was named in honor of English-born buisinessman David E. Stott and completed in 1929. (Wikipedia)

This is a level 3 corner office building so if you want this building to spawn, you need level 1 and level 2 3x3 "corner" office buliding and you can subscribe to the assets that I made:

Quill Building : http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=883300187
Quiller Building : http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=883305679

and Thanks ▒░ Sgt. Horseface ░▒ for the suggestion!

Asset Info:

Growable(Corner) - 3x3 - Level 3 Office Building
MODEL - 5,608 triangles with 1024x2048 textures (d,c,i,n,s)
LOD - 258 triangles with 256x512 textures (d,c,i,s)
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21 Comments
Willy A. Jeep Jun 16 @ 8:18pm 
No problem! I'm always happy to share stuff I love, and even moreso with people who appreciate it.

The interior of Union Terminal's rotunda is definitely a sight to see, Winold Reiss' mosaics are stunning and the overall deco designs of the structure itself are gorgeous. The dining room is amazing. (As a side note, I'm also very happy to know that the Terminal's visage is well-known by people as the Hall of Justice, too)

Carew also has a very ornate interior, even if it's hurting for tenents today. The style is very deco but seems to also incorporate some nouveau themes, and overall is a lot more ornate than the Terminal, but very much remains true to the overall style.

If you ever do make it to Cincinnati, go up through Carew and, if you've got time and money, visit the museum wings within the Terminal. It's all been kept very original, and teams are always restoring what has been changed.
Khrysler  [author] Jun 16 @ 6:00pm 
@Willy A. Jeep
Yes I have...on google map of course :( Carew Building very much reminds me of Lincoln Building and Canin Building in NYC. Union Terminal is very interesting structure and I'm also facinated in the interior. It must be an amazing experience to be there...I wish I can visit one day!
Banespa building is interesting as well but not facinating as much as others you suggested. Perhaps not enough ornamentation for my taste???
Thanks for your all suggestions though!
Willy A. Jeep Jun 1 @ 1:27pm 
Probably out of my place to say this, but have you ever seen any of the deco buildings in Cincinnati? Carew Tower, Times-Star, all kinds of smaller structures, and, of course, the entire Union Terminal complex - the post office, viaducts, and the Terminal itself.

Really cool stuff, if you're looking for inspirations. The mosaics in Union Terminal have long been a fascination of mine. I'd also suggest the Banespa building in Sao Paulo, an interesting interpretation of the Empire State.
BonBonB May 31 @ 11:34pm 
@Khysler
Cheers buddy. If you wanted to share the word I wouldn't object. :D
Khrysler  [author] May 31 @ 9:23pm 
@[PANts] | BonBonB
Thanks for the review. I checked out more of your videos and they are awesome! The cooking channel like low-key music with your bitter honest critiques on map details just tickles my humor lol and they are also very helpful actually! Looking forward to seeing more videos and you helping the community :)
BonBonB May 30 @ 11:40am 
Asset reviewed in What Map? Episode 48
https://youtu.be/hNG3ow0yCTg
Khrysler  [author] Apr 8 @ 9:00am 
@Destinys Stepchild
Thanks! You just cracked me up
Destinys Stepchild Mar 31 @ 12:01pm 
OH MY GOD, this is fucking AMAZING!

I love you for this. PLEASE make more! *kisses the ground you walk on*
alegdansk Mar 26 @ 10:51am 
love
Khrysler  [author] Mar 19 @ 4:06pm 
@Da Kingslayer
Envy you being a Detroiter!