Daily News Building

Hood and Howells
1930



Whereas Hood and Howells were inspired by Gothic sources in the Chicago Tribune Tower, here setbacks lack ornament and the building has a strong sense of upward movement and verticality. The building is a simple slab with white brick vertical piers alternating with red and black brick patterned spandrels. Thus the appearance of windows is minimized.

 

The setbacks

 

The Art Deco entrance and the ornate bas relief over the entrance

 

White brick piers alternate with red and black brick patterned spandrels




Other buildings on this site by Raymond Hood include: American Radiator Building, Chicago Tribune Tower, and McGraw-Hill Building.


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