Martin Luther King Jr.’s Office

by Christian

MLK in office

Teeter-tottering book stacks. A trophy. Simple furniture. Not so different from any other man’s office.

Except that this man keeps a portrait of Gandi for inspiration.

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Here’s the MLK Memorial Library in Washington, designed by Mies van der Rohe:

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It was his last building.

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