The Roadside Architecture section of Roadside Peek takes
a photographic journey to the American roadside of the 20th Century, with
a special focus on mid-century styles.
Kon Tiki Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
Bowlium Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
The Roadside Architecture section currently includes a special look at Googie
Architecture as well as the Polynesian themed Tiki
Style. Both were a reflection of America's post-war attitude. See them both at Roadside Peek'sGoogie
Architecture and Tiki
The Parasol Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
The Parasol Restaurant is a building built in the shape of a parasol. Don't forget to take a look at some of the programmatic architectures examples from across the country at Roadside Peek'sRoadside Vernacular.
Felix Chevrolet Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
Although it's not "architecture" per se, neon still deserves a place in the sun... 'er spotlight. Check out all of the neon signs here at Roadside Peek'sRoadside Neon.
Great Western Bank Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
How about the architecture from the mid-century. Check it out here at Roadside Peek'sMid
Portland, OR Photo courtesy Jeff Raber
Here's a deco building located in the Portland area. This building looks
like its home to some sort of library or public office. In some ways, the building looks like a miniature deco Sears store. See this deco store and more at Roadside Peek'sDeco Delights.