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WORLD FAMOUS BUILDINGS

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From 'Explore worldwide'1999'. 'http://www.greatbuildings.com', http://www.emporis.com/en/'

 

Skyline
  
 Manhattan, New York City

 New York City skyline seen from under the Brooklyn Bridge.  

 

32nd Street
  
 Manhattan, New York City

 
 Korea Town. Photo by Byunguh Yu on May 2003.

 

Mercantile Building
  
 39th Street, New York City


 Architect by Ludlow & Peabody on 1929, 48 floors.

 

1 Brooklyn Bridge Plaza
  
 New York City



 Architect by Rose, Beaton & Rose on 1976, 32 floors.

 

55 Water Street
  
 New York City


 Architect by Emery Ruth & Sons on 1972, 53 floors.

 

425 5th Avenue
  
 New York City

 Architect by Michael Graves & Associates, H Thomas O'hara on 2003, 55 floors.

 

461 5th Avenue
  
 New York City

 Architect by SOM on 1988, 28 floors.

 

2 Broadway
  
 New York City



 Architect by Emery Ruth & Sons on 1959, 32 floors.

 

Broadway
  
 New York City




 
Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.

  

Conde Nast Building
  
 Broadway, New York City



 
Architect by Fox & Fowle Architects. P.C. on 1999,height 247m, 48 floors.  

 

1400 Boardway
  
 New York City



 
Architect by Ely Jacques Khan Architects on 1931, 35 floors.

 

1407 Boardway
  
 New York City



 
Architect by Khan & Jacobs on 1950, 42 floors.

 

Centry 21
  
 New York City



 Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.

 

3 Park Avenue
  
 New York City



 Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.

 

2 New York Plaza
  
 New York City

 

 Architect by Carson Lundin & Shaw on 1971, 40 floors. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.

 

17 State Street
  
 New York City

 Architect by Emery Roth & Sons on 1988, 41 floors. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.

 

Verizon Building
  
 6th Avenue, New York City



 
Architect by Kahn & Jacobs on 1974, height 192m, 40 floors. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.

 

Lincoln Center
  
 New York City

The Lincoln Center for Performing Arts (1959-69). On the left is the Metropolitan Opera House in 1966 by Wallace K.Harrison and on the right the Avery Fisher (Philharmonic) Hall in 1962 by Max Abramovitz,SOM, Eero Saarinen, P.Belluschi and others. The layout of the main buildings in the Center is based on Michelangelo's Piazza del Campidoglio in Rome and the fountain acts as a centerpiece of the plaza. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.

 

New York Life Building
  
 East 26th Street, New York City

 

 Architect by Cass Gilbert on 1928, height 188m, 40 floors. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.

 

WR Grace Building
  
 6th Avenue,New York City

 Architect by SOM on 1971. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.

 

Times Square
  
 New York City

 Times Square in the heart of the theater district. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.

  

One Penn Plaza
  
 West 34th Street, New York City



 
Architect by Kahn & Jacobs on 1972. Height 229m, 57 floors. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.

 

One New York Plaza
  
 Water Street,New York City



 
Architect by Kahn & Jacobs, William Lescaze Associates on 1969. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.

 

Novotel
  
 New York City



 
Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.

  

Modern Highriser
 
  Manhattan, New York City

 

 Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.

 

New York Public Library
 
  New York City



 Architect by Carrere and Hastings in 1897 to 1911, construction system is bearing masonry of Beaux-Arts exemplar style. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.

  

U.S. Custom House
  
 New York City



 Architect by Ithiel Town & Alexander Jackson Davis & James Frazee in 1833-42 for government office, construction system is bearing masonry of urban Greek Revival style. 'Federal Hall National Monument'. It was their greatest achievement as a firm. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.

 

Wall Street
  
 New York City

 The Wall Street financial heart of New York City and Board Street. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.

 

The Charging Bull
  
 Broadway Bowling Green, New York City



 
3,150 kg bronze bull was sculpted by Arturo DeModica's and was left by the artist in front of the New York Stock Exchange in December 1989. It was quickly shunted to a police impound lot. Media attention roused the public to call for the return of the bull and the New York City Parks Department found this strategic spot for an icon embodying Wall Street's optimism. Photo by Byungho Yu on 2003.

 

Ground Zero/Former World Trade Center
  
 New York City




 
Architect by Minoru Yamasaki on 1970-77, glass curtain wall of urban Modern style. Yamasaki and Associates, with Emery Roth and Sons. 110 stories tall. There are a few very influential architects who sincerely believe that all buildings must be-strong. The word 'strong' in this context seems to connote 'powerful'-that is, each building should be a monument to the virility of our society. A jet airliner is lined up on one of the World Trade Center towers in New York Tuesday, September 11, 2001. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.

 

Edwardo Galleries
  
 New York City



 Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.

 

Lehman Brothers Building
  
 7th Avenue, New York City



 
Architect by Kohn Pederson Fox Associates on 2001. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.

 

55th Water Street
  
 Manhattan,New York City



 Architect by Emery Roth & Sons on 1972. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.

 

17th State Street
  
 Financial Distric, New York City



 Architect by Emery Roth & Sons on 1988. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.

 

Acedemic Center,Baruch College
  
 East 24th Street, New York City



 Architect by Kohn Pederson Fox Associates, Castro-Blanco,Piscioneri & Feder on 2000. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.

 

John F kennedy International Airport
   
Jamaica, Queens, New York City

 

 Photo by Byunguh Yu on 28 May 2003.

 

TWA Terminal/Terminal-5
   
Terminal-5, John F Kennedy International Airport, Jamaica, Queens, New York City



 
At John F. Kennedy airport upon arrival or just before departure for a perfect beginning or end to trip. Sensuous lines characterise this building, architect by Eero Saarinen & Associates on 1962. One of the best examples of early 1960s architecture. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 28 May 2003.

 

UA Terminal/Terminal-7
  
 Terminal-7, John F Kennedy International Airport, Jamaica, Queens, New York City

 


 
In conjunction with the master plan architect on the JFK International Airport project, BERGER/ABAM planned the proposed automated passenger distribution system to improve facility access and passenger circulation throughout the multiterminal airport complex. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 28 May 2003.

 

La Guardia Airport
  
 Queens, New York City

 

 
La Guardia Airport is located in the Borough of Queens, New York City, bordering on Flushing Bay and Bowery Bay. It is eight miles from midtown Manhattan. The airport has been operated by The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey under a lease with the City of New York since June 1, 1947. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 28 May 2003.

 

Continental Center
  
 180 Maiden Lane, New York City



 Architect by Swanke Hayden Connell on 1983. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.

 

Gateway Plaza
  
 South End Avenue, New York City



 Architect by Jack brown & Irving E Gershon Associates on 1985. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.

 

Highpoint Condominiums
  
 2nd Avenue, New York City



 Architect by Wechsler, Grasso, Menziuso PC on 1987. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.

 

Hotel Empire
  
 New York City


 Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.

 

John's Manville Building
  
 New York City



 Architect by Kenneth Franzheim on 1931. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.

 

Merchandise Mart Building
  
 East 26th Street, New York City



 Architect by Emery Roth & Sons on 1974. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 25 May 2003.