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'Grand Old Lady', the Iconic Art Deco New Yorker Hotel Featured Art Deco Architecture Print

"Grand Old Lady", the Iconic Art Deco New Yorker Hotel

The New Yorker Hotel, New York whose design reflects the zoning laws introduced in the city, mid 1930s. From her iconic Art Deco style to her ingenious American construction, the "Grand Old Lady" has been striking component of the New York skyline, towering above all others and illuminating it since her 1930 inception. Built with a private power plant, an underground tunnel to Penn Station and even an ice rink, The New Yorker was the most technologically advanced of her day. At the height of her popularity she hosted influential politicians, celebrities, and sports figures, and entertained in The Terrace Room with the who's who of the Big Band era. Today she returns to her roots, proving that she was destined for greatness from the very start.
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Sunset View of City Council Building and Hillbrow Tower (JG Strijdom Tower), Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa Featured Art Deco Architecture Print

Sunset View of City Council Building and Hillbrow Tower (JG Strijdom Tower), Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa

City of Johannesburg is considered Africa's economic powerhouse, and contentiously as a modern and prosperous African city. It is the hub of South Africa's commercial, financial, industrial, and mining undertakings. Johannesburg is part of a larger urban region. The Hillbrow Tower (JG Strijdom tower) is a tall tower located in the suburb of Hillbrow in Johannesburg, South Africa. At 269 m (883 ft), it has been the tallest structure and tower in Africa for 40 years, and it was also the tallest structure in the Southern Hemisphere until 1978

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View Over Bryant Park Featured Art Deco Architecture Print

View Over Bryant Park

View northeast across Bryant Park, designed by architect Thomas Hastings, New York, New York, 1940s. In the center, bordering on the park, is the New York Public Library, designed by Carr?re and Hastings and completed in 1911. Visible skyscrapers include, from left, 500 Fifth Avenue (1931, Shreve, Lamb & Harmon), the Chrysler Building (1930, William Van Alen) (partly obscured at center, with spire), the Lincoln Bulding (1930, J.E.R. Carpenter) (obscuring the Chrsyler), the Chanin Building (1929, Sloan & Robertson), Lefcourt Colonial Building (1929, Charles F. Moyer Company, the American Radiator Building (later known as the American Standard Building) 1924, Hood & Fouilhoux) (the black and white exterior), and 10 East 40th Street (at extreme right) (Photo by Frederic Lewis/Getty Images)

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