The top sides of buildings are often ignored when considering the aesthetic, aren’t they?
Yet, clearly a two story height is not tall enough to keep the roof out of the public eye in Brooklyn.
Looking down from a friend’s apartment, I see a thoroughly rusted-out roof on this gas station, and I begin to think:
- Is this why gas station canopies always seem to leak in whichever spot I park?
- What does this say about Mobil gas?
- Funny to see this kind of roof when BP is out there fitting their gas station roofs with solar panels.
- If I’m paying so much per gallon, why can’t they fix the roof?
- Does it even need fixing? Or is it still structurally sound and just looks bad?