Freezing should be for microwave dinners, not people. As it wears on, I'm sure I'll rediscover the satisfactions of winter, but as the first chill blasts descend, I find the prospect as depressing as the ever-earlier sunsets.
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It's the unexpected discovery that makes the unpalatable endurable. Although there are good buildings, I find much of the Medical Center campus a fairly depressing environment. And then there's the unexpected. . .
In a district where the architecture often seems to be in a style called 1984 bureaucratic,
it's refreshing to discover this building on Polk Street - currently an outpost facility for corporate behemoth United Health Care - steeped in an amiable modernist eccentricity. (Anyone have any information on the structure's history and architect?)
unexpected, however, is coming across a serenely elegant Japanese garden.
To encounter the carefully sculpted foliage and lovingly tended flowers, humanizing the hard-edged architecture, is to be revitalized with delight. To remember that it was there for the finding little more than a month ago, and will return again if we just hang in for a few months more, makes phrases like "highs in the single digits", "gale force winds", and "blinding icestorms" almost bearable.
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