Texans had big plans with rotating Sun Building

This is Denver architect Jared B. Mores’ drawing of the proposed six-story translucent-faced building that was designed to rotate with the sun. The building was to be the centerpiece of the $7.4 million Energy Center.



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This is Denver architect Jared B. Mores’ drawing of the proposed six-story translucent-faced building that was designed to rotate with the sun. The building was to be the centerpiece of the $7.4 million Energy Center.

When two Texas oil and uranium men, Lucien Cullen and Wellborn Foreman, unveiled their concept of a $7.4 million Energy Center in 1954, they were 56 years ahead of their time. Their 1954…




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