There’s been so much going on lately that I never got around to sharing my adventure to the Marin County Civic Center with @thekiefs and @btrek. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in the late 1950s and constructed in the 1960s after his death, it stands as his largest public project. Two long multi-story atria stretch across a series of hills to join at a 120° angle on a central rotunda that houses the county library. We spent as much time as we could exploring the sweeping structure. We’d all driven by it for years wondering about what it was or what it looked like inside — and I’m glad we finally made a point to find out.