Cass Gilbert

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


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The Woolworth Building, at 233 Broadway, Manhattan, New York City, designed by architect Cass Gilbert and completed in 1913, is an early US skyscraper.
The New York Times' City Room blog reports that the space, two adjacent storefront units (with 19 foot ceilings!) in the Chelsea neighborhood designed by architect Cass Gilbert in 1929, features Assyrian motifs in stone reliefs above the entryways: "Most prominent among them are mirror-image bas reliefs over the lobby and service entrances depicting chariot-borne hunters aiming bows and arrows at loping antelopes, with catlike creatures crouched under the horses.
Cass Gilbert played classical music during the reception.
Architect Cass Gilbert, famous for the 57-story Woolworth Building, the tallest building in the world at the time, was employed to design the structure.
Which Cass Gilbert epic structure, built between 1910 and 1913, dominated New York''s skyline as the world''s tallest building for a quarter of a century?
It was designed by renowned architect Cass Gilbert (1859-1934).
Two of his carvings, large gargoyle figures, grace the new wing of The Jewish Museum, a landmark building in New York designed by Cass Gilbert.
Paul architect Cass Gilbert's entry won the design competition for the new Minnesota state capitol building.
Architecturally designed by Cass Gilbert, this impressive building took nine years to build from groundbreaking to dedication.
Completed in 1931 to designs of Cass Gilbert and Swiss civil engineer Othar H.
Cass Gilbert practiced architecture in New York from 1899 to 1934, the year of his death.
To navigate downtown Manhattan's confluence of taxis and pretzel carts, her own precious cargo unharmed, the admirer of Cass Gilbert's beaux-arts masterpiece and its ornamentation must prove herself comparably dauntless.
Despite such endorsements of an ambitious approach to city planning, Cass Gilbert recognized the limits of local support and the need to craft the New Haven report so as not to alienate a majority of the public.
Architect Cass Gilbert designed the structure, which was constructed between 1902 and 1907.