Renovation of the Eustis Finance Building
The existing mid-1960s bank building occupies a prominent corner in the downtown historic district of the City of Eustis.
The building was converted for use as the City’s Finance Department offices.
Major renovation for adaptive use.
- The “new skin” and ornament serve to unify the building’s two separate sections.
- The introduction of vertical pilasters and a monumental cornice conveys formality, dignity yet approachability to the public.
- The façade treatment represents an ironic twist to the “slip covering” of historic buildings that was common during the late ’60s and ’70s.
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