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Flatiron Building, New York Architecture

Famous 20th Century Tower in Manhattan, United States of America

Jul 4, 2016

Flatiron Building in New York

Flatiron Building New York City

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Flat Iron New York building

Jun 15, 2007

Flatiron Building Manhattan

Address: 23rd Street, Broadway; 5th Avenue, New York, USA
Date built: 1902
Design: Daniel Burnham, Architect with Frederick P. Dinkelberg

Flatiron Building
scanned image from 1989 by Isabelle Lomholt

Famous piece of New York architecture that appears on numerous postcards and in many films, so-named due to its sharp pointed plan.

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New York skyscraper photos: Andrew McRae, 2007

At 87m high the Flatiron building is the original New York skyscraper.

This Manhattan skyscraper was originally the Fuller Building.

Address: 175 5th Ave, New York, NY 10010, United States

Height: 87 m

Floors: 22

Flat iron Building
scanned image from 1989 by Isabelle Lomholt

Location: 23rd Street, New York City, USA

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Key New York Skyscrapers

Empire State Building
350 Fifth Avenue
Date built: 1931
Design: Shreve, Lamb & Harmon, Architects
Empire State Building
381m high skyscraper, Art Deco architecture – especially the tower interior, famous New York landmark

Rockefeller Center
5th – 7th Avenue; 47th – 51st Street, Midtown
Date built: 1940
Design: Raymond Hood, Architect
Rockefeller Center New York
The home of the beautiful ice rink, supreme luxury of the Rainbow Rooms, and the Radio City Music Hall

Seagram Building
375 Park Avenue
Date built: 1958
Design: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Architect; Philip Johnson

Seagram Building
Philip Johnson became an associate for Mies van der Rohe on the Seagram Building in 1955: he worked on interiors such as the Four Seasons Restaurant

New York Skyscrapers

Ten Key New York buildings (chronological)

1. Statue of Liberty, Liberty Island, New York Frederic Bartholdi
2. Flatiron Building Daniel Burnham, Architect
3. Pennsylvania Station McKim, Mead & White, Architects
4. Chrysler Building William Van Alen, Architect
5. Empire State Building Shreve, Lamb & Harmon, Architects
6. Rockefeller Center Raymond Hood, Architect
7. Guggenheim Museum Frank Lloyd Wright Architects
8. Seagram Building Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Architect
9. TWA Building, New York Airport Eero Saarinen, Architect
10. Whitney Museum Marcel Breuer, Architect

Freedom Tower – Site of World Trade Center
Ground Zero, Lower Manhattan
Date built: 2004-
Design: Daniel Libeskind Architects + David Childs of SOM Architects
Controversial towers to replace the New York World Trade Centre skyscrapers lost in 2001. The main Freedom Tower skyscraper by Libeskind was to be a significant number of feet high – 1,776 ft – to mark a key American date in history – United States Year of Independence; the building was largely handed over to architect David Childs.

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Design: Foster + Partners
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99 Church Street Tower, Lower Manhattan
Design: Robert A. M. Stern Architects
99 Church Street Tower

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