Kevin Roche and John Dinkeloo and Associates
The facadeLocated between 42nd and 43rd streets a few blocks southeast of the Chrysler Building, this building is oriented on a diagonal to take advantage of the south light. It is twelve stories high (about 160 feet high), made of concrete and steel with a granite facing. Most of the space to the east and south is occupied by an atrium while the building's mass is located along the north and west sides.
|A closer view and the entrance|
The atriumThe offices have sliding doors opening onto the garden and looking across to one another.
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