The Peter B. Lewis Building Is One Of The Weirdest Structures In All Of Cleveland

Architecture is one of the defining features of any community. Just consider the Cape Cod style home… this is a structure that is literally named after the community where it is found! Here in Northeast Ohio, Berea sandstone is a common defining element of many architectural works. However, Cleveland also has something unique that only select communities around the world have: a one-of-a-kind building designed by famed architect Frank Gehry. From afar, it might look like this is the weirdest building in Cleveland. Up close? Quite honestly, it’s every bit as weird when you get up close. Nonetheless, this unique building in Cleveland is adored by many. Let’s take a virtual visit… what do you say?!

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This Frank Gehry original just might be the weirdest building in Cleveland… but that’s not necessarily a bad thing, because we Clevelanders have a flair for the dramatic. Have you ever visited this unusual landmark? We’d love to hear your thoughts about it!

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Address: Peter B. Lewis Building, 11119 Bellflower Rd, Cleveland, OH 44106, USA