The building at 33 Thomas Street in New York City, also known as the Long Lines Building, is a 29-story skyscraper that was designed to house AT&T’s long-distance telephone exchanges and equipment.
Built between 1969 and 1974, the building is notable for its lack of windows which is because it was originally designed to withstand a nuclear blast and be self-sufficient for two weeks in case of a catastrophe such as a nuclear fallout.
It’s a prime example of Brutalist architecture, a style characterized by a heavy use of concrete and a focus on function over form.
This building is also reportedly one of the most important National Security Agency surveillance sites in the United States, as revealed by documents leaked by Edward Snowden.
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