New York 1960: Architecture and Urbanism between the Second World War and the Bicentennial

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This is a study of New York's architecture during a period of unprecedented change; a period which offered an exceptionally abundant and varied mix of building types and styles. For the first time, skyscrapers were allowed to rise above the city streets after the Zoning Law of 1961, and large areas of the metropolis were rebuilt, raising issues of urbanism. With commentaries from those in the midst of this change, the book provides a survey of the city's post-war architecture. Organized geographically, there are sections on ...

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