3D model of a five-storey landmark known for its ornate ironwork, open cage lifts and stunning interior atrium. It was built in 1893 by architect George H. Wyman and named after mining millionaire Lewis L. Bradbury. The building was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1977 and has been featured in several films, including Blade Runner and 500 Days of Summer. Its design incorporates elements of Victorian, Italianate and Renaissance Revival architecture, and its striking interior features a central courtyard with delicate iron railings and a skylight roof.
3D model based on the original dimensions of a real building.
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