Fairview
 
Architect:  L. Murray Dixon
 
Year Constructed:  1936
 
Address:  1000 Collins Avenue
 
Façade Structure:  The Façade is symmetrical, and the central section rises slightly above the wings. There is a prominent vertical sign structure at the center of the central section which ends in a crest at the top.
 
Façade Decorations:  There are decorative sculptured relief panels with a vine motif below the second floor windows and several decorative vertical and horizontal bands.
 
Contour:  The building has squared-off corners, with eyebrows wrapping around the corners.
 
Entrance:  The building has a porch recesssed from the façade with a glass enclosure and keystone and metal railings.
 
Eyebrows:  There are eyebrows on all the the windows, which wrap around the corners. There are also two parallel eyebrow-like structures above the entrance canopy and below the sign.
Copyright ©  2007   Technology Base Corporation    Author: Alfredo Romagosa   aromagosa@bellsouth.net   Photography: Margarita Gavalda Romagosa