Monday, 15 June 2015

Iconic Architecture.



The Chrysler Building,
New York.



The Chrysler Building,
New York.
Photo: August 2007.
Source: Own work.
(Wikimedia Commons)



The Cunard Building,
Liverpool, England.
Photo: September 2005.
Source: Own work.
Author: Chris Howells,
(Wikimedia Commons)



The Cunard Building,
New York.
Illustration: NEW YORK ARCHITECTURE



The Reliance Building,
Chicago, Illinois,
United States of America.
Photo: 3 March 2010.
Source: Own work.
Author: J. Crocker.
(Wikimedia Commons)



A hallway of The Reliance Building,
Chicago, 
Illinois,
United States of America,
following the 1999 restoration.
Photo: 1999.
Author: McClier.
(Wikimedia Commons)



The Old Colony Building,
Chicago, Illinois,
United States of America.
Photo: 24 May 1964.
Author: Harold Allen, Photographer.
Permission: Historic American Building Survey HABS ILL,16-CHIG,55-1.
(Wikimedia Commons)



Radio City Music Hall,
New York.
This File: 13 May 2007.
User: SalomonCeb.
Author: Tkraemer at the English Wikipedia project.
(Wikimedia Commons)



The GE Building,
New York.
Photo: 21 December 2002.
(Wikimedia Commons)



Instagram photo of The Empire State Building
that was taken by AISC Regional Engineer Jacinda Collins in 2013.
Photo: 13 May 2013.
Source: New York on AISC-owned Android phone.
Previously published: Twitter, Picasa, Facebook.
Author: Jacinda Collins.
(Wikimedia Commons)



Art Deco-styled elevators
in the Lobby of
The Empire State Building,
New York.
Photo: 13 July 2002.
Source: Own work.
Author: Fletcher6
(Wikimedia Commons)



The Empire State Building,
from Herald Square,
New York.
Photo: 26 April 2012.
Source: Own work.
Author: Sracer357.
(Wikimedia Commons)



The Empire State Building,
New York.
Photo: 1997.
Source: Own work.
Author: Stilfehler
(Wikimedia Commons)

5 comments:

  1. Your just tempting me now, aren't you?

    I have the Old Cincinnati Library in my sights at the moment ... plus the myriad of stuff you've posted, and I've bookmarked. Sleep needs to get shorter!! Already getting up at 0530 and turning in 2300, seven day week.

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  2. I thought you might like those wonderful edifices, John.

    Indeed, the Old Cincinnati Library is/was a joy to behold. Should you proceed with that project, put me down for one of your magnificent Pen and Ink Engraving/Drawings, please.

    Have you thought about not bothering with sleep ? That should free up some extra time. Can you construct a workshop in the dark ?

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  3. I kept in the dark for most of the time, Z ... I didn't even know about Widget C until you drew my attention to it

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  4. I forgot to say: If & when I do the Library, I shall put you down for a print.

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