“Modern architecture is not a style, it's an attitude.” “The iconic on loved by who feared it would be , is slated for new life as a hotel.
the furniture giant owns the property...IKEA “interviewed many people” about possible uses — housing, an office building a conference center — before settling on the idea of a hotel...The old Armstrong Rubber company built the unusual concrete-cube edifice — suspended from a base in full view of I-95 — in 1969 for use as a research and administrative headquarters. Then, like other manufacturers, the company left town, in the 1990s. The building has been vacant ever since. The building listed on the in 2000. That doesn’t legally prevent it from being destroyed...”