Lever House, New York City

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Lisa Cutshaw (was created by)
Skidmore, Owings and Merrill (SOM) (was created by)
Gordon Bunshaft (architect)
1950-1952; 2003 (Garden restoration)
The Lever House is a commercial office tower. It is the first curtain wall building in New York and is considered to be a seminal work of Modernist architecture. It is located on Park Avenue. A mezzanine, supported on pilotis, surrounds the open central court. Keywords: United States, New York City, Kings County, Manhattan, commercial structures, Modern, International Style, building divisions, rooms and spaces. Submitted by Lisa Cutshaw.
1950s (1950 - 1959)
International Style