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|Wells Fargo Bank Tower|
|90 South Cascade Avenue|
Colorado Springs CO United States
| - office|
| - highrise|
| - postmodern|
| - granite|
| - concrete|
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Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates PC, Klipp Colussy Jenks Dubois
The cladding exterior is made of an acid-etched precast concrete skin to resemble limestone, with details of granite and cast stone.
In the lobby, features such as coved and domed ceilings, granite and marble accents, and a multicolored granite floor are reminders of the Antlers Hotel.
The former Norwest Bank Tower harks back to the setback-skyscraper style. A double cornice at the crown frames rows of seven pilasters on each face, a third cornice steps up to a hipped roof penthouse.
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