Cass Gilbert

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United States architect who influenced the development of the skyscraper (1859-1934)


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May 17: Architectural historian Barbara Christen will discuss the legacy of Woolworth Building architect Cass Gilbert, and his incorporation of historic and modern design in a lecture entitled "Cass Gilbert and History: The Past as Present.
Designed by architect Cass Gilbert, who also designed the Woolworth Building in New York City and the U.
the Woolworth Building was designed by architect Cass Gilbert in neo-gothic style and engineered by Gunvald Aus.
Famed architect Cass Gilbert, inspired by the Salisbury Cathedral and other European towers, built three gothic skyscrapers in New York City, including the company's Home Office building, which were considered the models for tall commercial building design at that time.
Located at 140 58th Street in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, and designed by Cass Gilbert, BAT was commissioned to be built in 1918 as a supply base for the Army during World War I.
The company is known for its meticulous restoration and renovation of properties such as 90 West Street, the Cass Gilbert designed landmark damaged during 9/11.
The property includes the ground floor, mezzanine and basement levels within the 20-story landmarked tower originally designed by American architect Cass Gilbert.
Custom House, which was also designed by Cass Gilbert and built by the federal government to house the duty collection operations for the port of New York.
Originally designed by architect Cass Gilbert, much of his vision was carried over throughout the conversion.
Major architects who designed buildings for Detroit include Frank Lloyd Wright, Mies van der Rohe, Stanford White, Daniel Burnham, Cass Gilbert, Albert Kahn, Minoru Yamasaki, Philip Johnson and numerous others.
Other notable projects with other firms in which he has been involved include the renovation/ retrofit of 90 West Street, a Cass Gilbert building in Manhattan and BMW's headquarters in Woodcliff Lake, N.
This 40-story landmark building was designed in the 1920s by noted architect Cass Gilbert, who is best known for designing the Woolworth Building and the United States Supreme Court.
While it will be adjacent to and reflective in tones and materials of the existing renowned Cass Gilbert Lobby, the exclusivity of the Woolworth Tower Club will be accentuated by a private Park Avenue entrance.
Key projects and buildings featured include an enormous naval supply base in Brooklyn designed by Cass Gilbert and finished in 1918, the General Motors Pavilion designed by Albert Kahn for the 1939 New York World's Fair, and the fanciful RepublicBank Tower (now Bank of America Center) in Houston by Johnson/Burgee Architects, from 1983.