New York Architecture and Urbanism (Evergreens)

New York Architecture and Urbanism Evergreens Including over photographs and plans this volume investigates one of the most fascinating and popular cities in the world The book traces the city through a period of unprecedented change when N

  • Title: New York Architecture and Urbanism (Evergreens)
  • Author: Robert A.M. Stern Thomas Mellins
  • ISBN: 9783822877418
  • Page: 330
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Including over 1500 photographs and plans, this volume investigates one of the most fascinating and popular cities in the world The book traces the city through a period of unprecedented change when New York took centre position on the world s stage Organized geographically the work presents a coherent survey of architecture and urbanism throughout all parts of the metroIncluding over 1500 photographs and plans, this volume investigates one of the most fascinating and popular cities in the world The book traces the city through a period of unprecedented change when New York took centre position on the world s stage Organized geographically the work presents a coherent survey of architecture and urbanism throughout all parts of the metropolis including the areas of Manhatten, Greenwich Village, Chelsea and Harlem.

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    1. Robert Arthur Morton Stern, usually credited as Robert A M Stern born May 23, 1939 , is an American architect He is currently the Dean of the Yale University School of Architecture.Stern s work is generally classified as postmodern, though a useful classification would be a particular emphasis on context and the continuity of traditions He may have been the first architect to use the term postmodernism , but recently he has used the phrase modern traditionalist to describe his work.Credit

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