Art: Palace for Pills

At 6 a.m. one day last week, after a night of tossing and turning, California Industrialist Arthur Hanisch, 63, gave up his vain effort to sleep. "You'd better go back to bed, Arthur," said his wife, "Santa Claus isn't here yet." Hanisch was, indeed, like a boy waiting to see a new toy. Twenty-nine months ago he set out to build a dream palace for his small (140 employees), 17-year-old pharmaceutical business, the Stuart Co. He hired Manhattan Architect Edward D. Stone after seeing a picture of Stone's highly praised design for the New Delhi embassy (TIME. Sept. 10, 1956), and...

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