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  • Nikita Stevenson

    Konrad Wachsmann. Hangar for the American Air Force. 1951. #architecture #design

  • Jo McCallum

    US AIRFORCE HANGER: KONRAD WACHSMANN

  • Bo Robert Ek

    space frame - Konrad Wachsmann

  • Megan Riley Helmuth

    Could not be more architecturally inspired by this! Love the intensity of the structure, and the simplicity of the form. Konrad Wachsmann. Hangar for the American Air Force. 1951.

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