Charles Follen McKim

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United States neoclassical architect (1847-1909)


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Little more than a century has passed since Charles Follen McKim submitted to the Columbia trustees the 1893 McKim, Mead & White masterplan for the university on Manhattan's Upper West Side.
As the brainchild of its original architect, Charles Follen McKim, of the New York City firm of McKim, Mead, and White, the Copley square library building took its rightful place as a registered National Historic Landmark in 1986.
A new main building for the Boston Public Library was begun from designs by Charles Follen McKim, a member of McKim, Mead, and White, the great architectural firm of the nineteenth century.
There White not only gained invaluable practical experience in working out specific problems of planning and design, dealing with clients, and overseeing construction, but he also met Charles Follen McKim, the firm's head draftsman.
Once the home of New York University, its original master plan was conceived, with characteristic Gilded Age classicism, by Stanford White in 1892 and on a scale nearly as ambitious as the master plan devised by his partner Charles Follen McKim for Columbia University in Morningside Heights.