Encouraged (at least in part) by actual City of Tumwater code:
To encourage design elements that convey the historical theme of Tumwater. Pitched or mansard metal roofs, decorative brick facades, and ornamental towers with pitched roofs and decorative cornices are examples of design elements that reflect the history of Tumwater. Several of these elements are incorporated into the designs of civic and commercial buildings along Israel Road, including Tumwater City Hall, Tumwater Headquarters Fire Station and the Tumwater Timberland Library.
Right nearby the actual brewery, for one.
A sort of not-obvious one, but one that got me thinking:
Another one, down the street:
The ordinance above actually lists a few examples of public buildings, so I’m just going to skip those ones and look for some other examples that might not be so obvious.
Do you think this qualifies? I’m almost sure I’ve seen this chain of hotels with a similar design.
Kind of an easy one, really: