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Something different is afoot at the Circle K

posted by Jason Kottke   Nov 05, 2009

Paho Mann takes photos of Circle K convenience stores that have since transformed into other businesses.

Former Circle K

The slow individualization of re-inhabited Circle Ks caused by years of choices and actions caught my attention. These buildings do not show a linear progression of the corporatization and homogenization of suburbia, but rather serve as evidence of a more circular system — a system driven by a delicate negation between same and different, between complicated sets of actions and choices that shape our built environment.

(via do)