Precast reinvents architecture of intelligence buildings

06/13/2013 | Architizer.com

Intelligence agency buildings are mainly designed to be inconspicuous, but the use of precast concrete for their facade elements proves that "spy architecture" can still be visually appealing, writes AJ Artemel. From CIA headquarters in Langley, Va., to National Security Agency headquarters at Fort Meade, Md., this article takes a look at how the design of intelligence buildings can evoke awe while keeping a low profile at the same time.

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