I’ve been spending more time in nature lately, mainly for my mental health. But I’m still drawn to architecture wherever I go, even while exploring the Illinois Prairie Path. A couple months ago I came across Lincoln Marsh, a nature preserve in suburban Wheaton. There was a walking trail of woodchips and boardwalks full of great scenery, including lots of turtles hanging out in the waters. But what really caught my attention was the Miesian-like structure next to Lincoln Marsh’s entrance at Lincoln and Union Avenues, which are pretty much dead-end streets in a manufacturing zone. Nestled between a a residential neighborhood and railroad tracks, the only activity around here are people going to the marsh or this particular building.