Do you work here?

Architecture that creates this type of imagery always attracts my eye: a building that shoots straight up from the ground and pierces into the sky above. 

I ask myself, “What would it be like to work at this building? To look out from the 50th floor window and overlook the city below? Would I be fearful? Would I feel liberated?”

I ask you, “Do you work here? Do you know where this is? And would you want a corner office with a view?”

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11 thoughts on “Do you work here?

  1. I know this one BUT I will be quiet and wait for others to guess. One question, Ryan…. I am assuming that when we submit photos you prefer they are one swe have taken ourselves…. correct?

    This really is a lot of fun.

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  2. Annie: Yes, I prefer you take them yourself so we can keep it in our Roadie community.

    This one is pretty easy, but I like how the structure pierces the sky.

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  3. Susan: Have you been in the building before? How did you know it was 30 Rock? How do you it IS 30 Rock for sure … 😉

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  4. for some reason I was thinking that it was the Oprah Building in Chicago Hahahaha but some reason I feel Susan is correct 🙂

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  5. It immediately jumped to mind that it’s 30 Rockefeller Plaza. Admittedly I took language classes there for a few months so I’d be a particularly poor observer if I didn’t recognise it. Also the Art Deco is almost unmistakable.

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  6. I do not work in the building and I’ve actually never been to NYC but the wonderful world of the Internet! Did a google search and I matched up some photos……hope I didn’t ruin the fun!

    Susan

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