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The building at 214 West 72nd Street was constructed in the late-nineteenth century along with its two neighbors to the east, sharing party walls and …

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Notre Dame

At the beginning of November 2011, the Friends of the High Line announced that Google has officially made the High Line accessible via Google Street …

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Dekalb Stacked Containers

Corrugated steel shipping containers are increasingly being salvaged for new uses in architecture, such as private homes, hotels, sheds, and coffee shops.   One of …

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Compilation of videos produced by students from the Historic Preservation Department at Columbia University (GSAPP) for the 2011 End of the Year Show.This is Preservation

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TWA Terminal

Finnish-born Eero Saarinen was a master architect of the mid-twentieth century, who designed some of the most recognizable Modernist buildings in the United States, including …

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NYC High Line Park

The High Line, one of New York City’s newest parks, was built atop an abandoned freight railroad and even two years after the opening of …

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Exposed Agg Concrete House

You might think of exposed aggregate concrete as a modern utility material used to add some visual interest to sidewalks, driveways, patios, pool decks, and …

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Tobacco Warehouse

The Tobacco Warehouse and Empire Stores are landmarked structures which typify the once prominent shipping industry along the Brooklyn waterfront.  However they also occupy prime real …

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