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Robert Nobles

I toured this building when I was first out of school.

The domes were an engineered product from the Mid-West that were designed to store grains.

I remember being struck by the luxurious offices for the pastor and his wife, while the school, teacher, and other staff spaces were cramped, dark, left over wedges of space.


This is a great build for consumers to be able to appreciate modern concrete architecture. The City Bible Church is functional, aesthetic and cost effective.

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