|1180 Peachtree (Symphony Tower)|
The fins have been described as "gothic," but being the sci-fi fan that I am, when I first saw the fins, I immediately thought Resurrection Ship from Battlestar Galactica...but then again, I see sci-fi everywhere.
The 41-floor Symphony Tower was completed in 2006. Occupying more than half of the building, the Atlanta-based law firm King & Spalding is the primary tenant of 1180 Peachtree. Also in the building are several commercial and retail establishments, including the always busy Tap (which has a great offer for High Museum of Art visitors).
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The "fins" and Nashville AT&T building appear simular. Then the St. Louis arch. It appears that all these structures were uniquely fashioned for hidden and nefarious reasons. Are they being used to house instrumentation to communicate with life forms in the heavenlies?
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