The First Four Hundred: Mrs. Astor's New York in the Gilded Age
This second Rizzoli monograph on one of America's eminent architectural firms spans the last five years, a period of prodigious growth for HHPA. Among the fifty projects presented with detaild descriptions and numerous illustrations are the renovations for the New Victory and New Amsterdam theaters as well as Radio City Music Hall, and the restoration plan for Bryant Park, all in New York City; the Clevelan Public Library; and the comprehensive development plan for the Warner Bros. Hollywood Studios. A catalogue of the work and partner's biographies complete the volume.
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