The New Age Of The Skyscraper

The New Age Of The Skyscraper
Design

Golden-Era-Skyscraper An article presents the case that we're living in a golden era of architecture with the evolution of skyscrapers.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 17 april 2006

An article in Slate presents the case that we’re living in a golden era of architecture with the evolution of skyscrapers.

Ever since William Van Alen concocted the Chrysler Building, skyscrapers have served as icons, instantly recognizable symbols of a corporation—or a place. That is the market force driving the current generation of eye-catching towers.

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