Manhattan architecture

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Prentice Hall Press, Sep 1, 1988 - Architecture - 250 pages
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The result of more than three years' work, this elegant coffee-table book captures the essential New York: the historic, the modern, the glass, the stone--from its classic landmarks and elusive details to its surprising contrasts. 235 full-color photographs.

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Contents

Introduction
62
The World Trade Center
96
The ConEd Building
100
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Richard Berenholtz graduated from Columbia University in 1974 with a masters degree in architecture and spent the next four years working for I.M. Pei. By 1984 he had become a professional photographer and, in the past eighteen years, has had five photography books published in five languages: "New York, New York," "New York New York (mini)," "Manhattan Architecture," "Inside New York," and "Panoramic New York," During this time, he has produced one of the most comprehensive collections of photographs in New York.

DONALD MARTIN REYNOLDS teaches art history at Columbia University. A frequent lecturer to corporations and civics groups, he is also the author of numerous books and articles on art and architecture. Dr. Reynolds is Founder/Director of The Monuments Conservancy, and in 1991 he established the Annual Symposium on Public Monuments, funded by the Samuel Dorsky Foundation.