For their gasoline stations across the United States, Phillips 66 in the 1960’s created a upswept acutely pointed canopy to shelter the gasoline pumps. The design, referred to as a “butterfly canopy,” was designed by architect Clarence Reinhardt. Remaining examples of the design are recognized as having historical value referring to 1960’s concepts of modernism. Such examples of the style are recorded in books, magazines, and web sources. (http://www.beltstl.com/2006/02/phillips-66-part-1/)
The example of above was converted to a bait shop, then a coffee shop, and now a dental office for Joan Jakubus DDS. More information on this project can be found on the sidebar under Pages: Jakubus DDS Dental Office.