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Photo by Connie Zhou/OTTO | Bell Labs (now renamed Bell Works) designed by Eero Saarinen in Holmdel, New Jersey  Text by Karrie Jacobs: "Like most suburban office complexes of its day, Bell Labs is swimming in land (472 acres) and features two manmade lakes (front and back), endless lawns, cherry trees, and parking lots all rigorously landscaped by Sasaki Walker Associates (now SWA): nature specifically designed to be viewed through glass. It’s a configuration typical of the 1950s and ’60s…

Sunken reception area in atrium : Bell Labs building, Holmdel New Jersey

Eero Saarinen’s Bell Labs Comes Back to Life - SURFACE

Eero Saarinen’s Bell Labs Comes Back to Life

Architect Alexander Gorlin quietly transforms the landmark complex in New Jersey.

Saarinen's Bell Labs, Holmdel, New Jersey; abandoned after a flood

Gallery of The Ongoing Battle to Preserve Midcentury Modernism - 2

Image 2 of 9 from gallery of The Ongoing Battle to Preserve Midcentury Modernism. Photograph by Rob Dobi

Bell Labs, Holmdel, New Jersey (Album in comments) [683x1024] | Abandoned

Bell Labs Holmdel New Jersey Album in comments - abandoned, bell, labs, holmdel, jersey.

Bell Labs water tower NJ1 - Bell Labs Holmdel Complex - Wikipedia

Bell Labs water tower NJ1 - Bell Labs Holmdel Complex - Wikipedia

Eero Saarinen Bell Laboratories

Eero Saarinen’s Bell Labs Holmdel Complex – Collaboration Reignited

Bell Labs - Eero Saarinen

the length of these perimeter corridors were kind of daunting but really amazing with the light.

Former Bell Labs, Holmdel, NJ

When Albers Met Saarinen: Alexander Gorlin Reimagines an Eero Saarinen Landmark

When Alberts Met Saarinen: Alexander Gorlin Reimagines an Eero Saarinen Landmark

When Albers Met Saarinen: Alexander Gorlin Reimagines an Eero Saarinen Landmark

When Alberts Met Saarinen: Alexander Gorlin Reimagines an Eero Saarinen Landmark

View inside the corridor-lined atrium : Bell Labs building, Holmdel New Jersey | Eero Saarinen

View inside the corridor-lined atrium : Bell Labs building, Holmdel New Jersey…

The Kogod Courtyard at the Smithsonian Reynolds Center for American Art and Portraiture by landscape architects Gustafson Guthrie Nichol

Gustafson Guthrie Nichol Wins Tucker Design Award For Smithsonian’s Kogod Courtyard

The Building Stone Institute announced yesterday that the prestigious Tucker Design Award was awarded to the Kogod Courtyard at the Smithsonian Reynolds Center for American Art and Portraiture.

Daniel Hewitt

Daniel Hewitt is an architectural and construction photographer based in London, UK

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