New York City Brick by Brick: The Art of LEGO Construction

New York City Brick by Brick: The Art

New York City Brick by Brick is the ultimate exploration of the architecture and history of New York City through the creative medium of LEGO. Expert builder Jonathan Lopes presents iconic structures of his own design, including the Flatiron Building, the Woolworth Building, the Manhattan Bridge, Grand Central Terminal, Junior’s Diner, brownstones, fire houses, and much more! Each model has been beautifully photographed with full-scale views and close-up details, as well as brief instructional breakouts. Lopes’s masterful constructions will inspire builders of all ages.  

  • ASIN: 1419734687

The Skyscraper and the City: The Woolworth Building and the Making of Modern New York

The Skyscraper and the City: The Woolworth Building

Once the world’s tallest skyscraper, the Woolworth Building is noted for its striking but incongruous synthesis of Beaux-Arts architecture, fanciful Gothic ornamentation, and audacious steel-framed engineering. Here, in the first history of this great urban landmark, Gail Fenske argues that its design serves as a compelling lens through which to view the distinctive urban culture of Progressive-era New York.             Fenske shows here that the building’s multiplicity of meanings reflected the cultural contradictions that defined New York City’s modernity. For Frank Woolworth—founder of the famous five-and-dime store chain—the building served as a towering trademark, for advocates of the City Beautiful movement it suggested a majestic hotel de ville, for technological enthusiasts it represented the boldest of experiments in vertical construction, and for tenants it provided an evocative setting for high-style consumption. Tourists, meanwhile, experienced a spectacular sightseeing destination and avant-garde artists discovered a twentieth-century future. In emphasizing this faceted significance, Fenske illuminates the process of conceiving, financing, and constructing skyscrapers as well as the mass phenomena of consumerism, marketing, news media, and urban...

  • ASIN: 0226241416

No Access New York City: The City's Hidden Treasures, Haunts, and Forgotten Places

No Access New York City: The City's Hidden

No Access New York City is a collection of the hidden places and little-known facts about New York. These are the secret gems of the city and most are completely off limits to the public. Through these pages explore the secret train station below the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, the gold vault at the Federal Reserve, burial sites, tucked away establishments, secret tunnels, and so much more. All of these spots evoke a secret metropolis that is lost in time and harboring deep mysteries! What a fun way to “explore” New York!

  • ASIN: 1493028073

The Building of Manhattan (Dover Architecture)

The Building of Manhattan (Dover

Meticulously accurate line drawings and fascinating text trace Manhattan's growth from a tiny Dutch outpost to the commercial, financial, and cultural heart of the world. This book explains construction above and below ground, including the excavation of subway lines and the building of bridges and skyscrapers. Hundreds of illustrations reveal intricate details of construction techniques.Author and illustrator Donald A. Mackay traces Manhattan's history from its first wood, stone, and brick houses to its famous modern structures, including the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, and the World Trade Center. Along with historical background, he presents clear explanations and illustrations of the skilled labor and methods behind the island's tunnels, bridges, and train lines. Mackay describes who does what at a construction site, the assembly of a tower crane, and the construction of skyscrapers, from the foundations to the floor-by-floor elevations, along with other amazing procedures that are all part of a day's work in building the big city.

  • ASIN: 0486473171
  • UPC: 800759473175

Woolworth Building. New York City. Vysotnoe zdanie. Nju Jork/Woolworth Building. new York City. tall building. new York

Woolworth Building. New York City. Vysotnoe zdanie. Nju

The following description is in Russian (transliterated), followed by an automated English translation. We apologize for inaccuracies in the computer-generated English translation. Please feel free to contact us for an accurate human English translation, which well be happy to prepare upon requestUnited States 1940-eg. 1 outdoor swimming pools .c. 14x9 see.We ship to worldwide destinations from worldwide origination points, including our overseas facilities. Shipping and handling charges are based on the actual weight. Buyers are advised to request a postage cost estimate before placing an order. Most orders are delivered by international mail within 30 days. For expedited shipping please contact us before placing your order

  • ASIN: B07252K7VS

American Illuminations: Urban Lighting, 1800-1920 (The MIT Press)

American Illuminations: Urban Lighting, 1800-1920 (The MIT

How Americans adapted European royal illuminations for patriotic celebrations, spectacular expositions, and intensely bright commercial lighting to create the world's most dazzling and glamorous cities.Illuminated fêtes and civic celebrations began in Renaissance Italy and spread through the courts of Europe. Their fireworks, torches, lamps, and special effects glorified the monarch, marked the birth of a prince, or celebrated military victory. Nineteenth-century Americans rejected such monarchial pomp and adapted spectacular lighting to their democratic, commercial culture. In American Illuminations, David Nye explains how they experimented with gas and electric light to create illuminated cityscapes far brighter and more dynamic than those of Europe, and how these illuminations became symbols of modernity and the conquest of nature.Americans used gaslight and electricity in parades, expositions, advertising, elections, and political spectacles. In the 1880s, cities erected powerful arc lights on towers to create artificial moonlight. By the 1890s they adopted more intensive, commercial lighting that defined distinct zones of light and glamorized the city's White Ways, skyscrapers, bridges, department stores, theaters, and dance halls. Poor and blighted areas disappeared into...

  • ASIN: 0262037416

Becoming John Marin: Modernist at Work

Becoming John Marin: Modernist at

John Marin was a major figure among the cutting-edge circle of American modernist artists who showed his work in Alfred Stieglitz’s New York galleries from 1909 until 1950. A new collection of the artist’s work at the Arkansas Arts Center, given by Marin’s daughter-in-law, forms the basis of this first book of essays and images to concentrate on Marin’s drawings in the context of Marin’s life, his watercolors, and his etchings.We follow Marin to his most famous subject matter: New York City and the coast of Maine. Foundational drawings and an unfinished watercolor of the towering Woolworth Building, still under construction when they were made in 1912, begin the story of a renowned group of watercolors first exhibited in 1913 at Alfred Stieglitz’s 291 Gallery and then at the ground-breaking 1913 Armory Show. Other images take us to lesser-known locales, such as the Ramapo Mountains in New York and New Jersey where Marin often painted when he couldn’t get to Maine. More obscure aspects of the artist’s career explored in this collection include portraits of friends and family, charming drawings of animals, and circus scenes.Becoming John Marin invites readers to look over this important artist’s shoulder as he created and honed the sketches he would interpret into...

  • ASIN: 1682260585

The CATHEDRAL of COMMERCE. Woolworth Building, New York, Cass Gilbert, architect.

The CATHEDRAL of COMMERCE. Woolworth Building, New York,

  • ASIN: B004YYT2ZC

A Walking Tour of New York City - Civic Center

A Walking Tour of New York City -

There is no better way to see America than on foot. And there is no better way to appreciate what you are looking at than with a walking tour. Whether you are preparing for a road trip or just out to look at your own town in a new way, a downloadable walking tour from is ready to explore when you are.Each walking tour describes historical and architectural landmarks and provides pictures to help out when those pesky street addresses are missing. Every tour also includes a quick primer on identifying architectural styles seen on American streets.The area around City Hall is commonly referred to as Manhattan’s Civic Center. Most of the neighborhood consists of government offices (city, state and federal), as well as an increasing number of upscale residential dwellings being converted from older commercial structures. Architectural landmarks - ecclesiastical, commercial and governmental - surround City Hall. New York’s first City Hall was built by the Dutch in the 17th century on Pearl Street. The city’s second City Hall, built in 1700, stood on Wall and Nassau streets. That building was renamed Federal Hall after New York became the first official capital of the United States. Plans for building a new City Hall were discussed by the New York City Council as ...

  • ASIN: B002EQ95KY

Nostrand's Map New York City

Nostrand's Map New York

New York City subway map, published by the Arthur Ohman Map Co. by George J. Nostrand, a lithographer and publisher of city and subway maps, who worked at the same address (258 Broadway) as Ohman until 1925. The map also shows house numbers at each station and also for each block north of 96th Street. Undated, probably circa 1920s but *may* be prior to 1916 as it appears to show the R line across Queens, which opened in 1916, as still under construction. The George Washington Bridge is marked in and labeled the Hudson River Bridge, as it was called until 1930. With the Woolworth Building, then the world's tallest, on the cover. Oversized (32" x 16.5"). Scarce.




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  • ASIN: B007ZW790A

Those Good Old Dreams in New York: Time Trip to First Decades of 20th Century.

Those Good Old Dreams in New York: Time

The great white way "New York"Woolworth bldg "New York"Municipal Building "New York"Metropolotan tower at night "New York"Grand central terminal "New York"Gran`s tomb Riverside Drive "New York"Pennsylvania Staion "New York"The Equitable Bldg "New York"Financial District "New York"The world`s Highest Towers "New York"Broad St.and the Curb Brokers "New York"Future New York "The city of skyscrapers."The Times Building "New York"Hotel McAlpin,34th St.and Broadway "New York"General Post Office "New York"The New York Public Library "New York"Vista of woolworth Building "New York"Hotel Commodore "New York"Hell Gate Bridge East River "New York"Statue of Liberty "Pride of New York" HarborHotel Pennsylvania "New York"The Maine Monument 59th St.Entrance to Central Park "New York"City Hall and Park "New York"The waldorf Astoria "New York"Pershing Square "New York"


Die Fassadendiebe (German Edition)

Die Fassadendiebe (German

Auch weil um ihn herum alles zu bröckeln beginnt - seine Familie, genau wie seine Stadt - hilft der dreizehnjährige Griffin seinem Vater bei dessen Mission als »Gebäuderetter«. Der schmale, wendige Junge bekommt die Aufgabe, möglichst viele steinerne Art-Deco-Skulpturen und Wasserspeier zu stehlen, ganz gleich ob von der Fassade eines unbekannten Mietshauses oder eines berühmten Wolkenkratzers. Denn – so der Vater – diese Zeugen Manhattans sind in Zeiten der »Sanierung« vom Aussterben bedroht. Auf ihren Touren kann Griffin dem Vater nah sein, und gleichzeitig das dringend benötigte Geld für die Hypothekenraten verdienen, damit er, seine Mutter und seine Schwester nicht aus ihrem Haus geworfen werden. Doch der Spleen seines Vaters wird zur Obsession; Griffins Freundschaften, seine erste Liebe drohen zu zerbrechen. Als er bei einem der nächtlichen Raubzüge in Lebensgefahr gerät, beginnt Griffin zu verstehen, dass man nicht alles im Leben bewahren kann.


Woolworth Building New York City, New York postcard

Woolworth Building New York City, New York

With over 2 million postcards of all categories, we have one of the largest postcard offerings in the world. We continue to add new cards every day, but if your requested town or city does is not shown, please use the "contact seller" link to make a direct request. All cards are priced according to view, location and quality condition. Your satisfaction is guaranteed. We base our grading on the condition of corners and edges of the Postcards. Grade 1 - Mint Condition These postcards have perfect or nearly perfect corners and edges. Postcards of this grade may be postal used or unused and may have writing on front and/or back. There may be light yellowing from age or from being in an album. Grade 2 - Near Mint Condition Postcards of this grade have light corner and/or edge wear. These postcards are still in nice condition. They may have writing on front and/or back. There may also be light yellowing from age. Grade 3 - Excellent Condition Average condition postcards have more corner and/or edge wear than Grade 2. Corners may have a lot of wear or roundness from wear. These cards may also have a lot of yellowing from age or from being in an album. Very tips of cards may have slight indentations from wear. There are no creases in the card at this grade. Grade 4 - Average Condition...

  • ASIN: B01IJI59SM

Restored Black & White Photo - Historic New York City, New York - The Towering Woolworth Building, c1915 | 14in x 11in

Restored Black & White Photo - Historic New

The Woolworth Building, on Broadway in downtown Manhattan, was one of the city's first true steel-frame skyscrapers. As homage to the merchants of the medieval period, businessman and financier Frank W. Woolworth encouraged architect Cass Gilbert to incWe print high quality reproductions of historical maps, photographs, prints, etc. Because of their historical nature, some of these images may show signs of wear and tear - small rips, stains, creases, etc. We believe that in many cases this contributes to the historical character of the item.

  • Brand: Historic Pictoric
  • ASIN: B07SH3JK1Z

Woolworth Building 1912 Ntower Construction For The Woolworth Building On Lower Broadway New York City Which Was Completed In April 1913 On The Right Is The Municiple Building Also Under Construction

Woolworth Building 1912 Ntower Construction For The Woolworth

Woolworth Building, 1912. /Ntower Construction For The Woolworth Building On Lower Broadway, New York City, Which Was Completed In April 1913. On The Right Is The Municiple Building, Also Under Construction. Photograph, C1912. is a licensed reproduction that was printed on Premium Heavy Stock Paper which captures all of the vivid colors and details of the original. The overall paper size is 18.00 x 24.00 inches. This print is ready for hanging or framing and would make a great addition to your home or office decor.

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  • Brand: Posterazzi
  • ASIN: B07D69GSJL



157VINT02 1930 WOOLWORTH BUILDING AND CITY HALL PARK, NEW YORK 1930 POSTCARD COLLECTIBLE POSTCARD VINTAGE ANTIQUE from HIBISCUS EXPRESS .. - // - - POSTCARD IS 5 1/2 " x 3 1/2" .. . ...../// (Please EXAMINE CARD, front AND back, for details) & Expected wear associated with a vintage postcard. Possible rounded corners, ink on the front, creases, etc. //... . USED and UNUSED VINTAGE ANTIQUE COLLECTIBLE POSTCARD .....///..... Most of our cards are in "good to very good condition" , These cards are offered for poignancy, beauty, quality of the artwork, historical significance and/or the feeling the card brings to our hearts. Unless otherwise specified, all PostCards listed are 5 1/2 " x 3 1/2" ... standard size cards from HIBISCUS EXPRESS .

  • ASIN: B07NVLX3C7

The Cathedral of Commerce, the Woolworth Building New York City, New York Original Vintage Postcard

The Cathedral of Commerce, the Woolworth Building New

Original Vintage Postcard: The Cathedral of Commerce, the Woolworth Building New York City, New YorkThe tallest and most beautiful office building in the world Height 792 feet 1 inch - sixty storiesState: NY (New York)City: New York CityCounty: New York CountyType: Postcard, Divided BackPostmark: 1918 Aug-22Condition: (Please view the product photos - we provide photos of the front and back of most items so you can see the exact condition)

  • ASIN: B00P88NLHI

1912 Woolworth Building New York City Historical Photograph- Reprint 8x10

1912 Woolworth Building New York City Historical Photograph-

This photograph shows Woolworth Building, New York City, July 1st, 1912. Photograph by Irving Underhill.

  • ASIN: B00IDF4SY8

Lantern Press New York, NY - Woolworth Building and City Hall Park (15oz White Ceramic Mug)

Lantern Press New York, NY - Woolworth Building

This original high-quality 15oz Mug from Lantern Press boasts sharp detail and vivid imagery of New York, NY - Woolworth Building and City Hall Park (15oz White Ceramic Mug). - Printed in America! - Dishwasher & Microwave Safe - Image on front and back - Vibrant color, durable, and flawless finish - Archival ink: UV resistant, color safe, fade resistant We use only fine art inks, which are fade-resistant, museum-quality archival quality, with acid-free pigment. The mug will ship in a sturdy mailer box, protected in a sleeve. Lantern Press is a dynamic art company that specializes in the world's leading imagery. Our collection includes original works created by our in-house art team, photography, home & office decor trends, vintage art, and more. Your support allows us to continue doing what we love - creating beautiful art.

  • Color: Multi
  • Brand: Lantern Press
  • ASIN: B07KB93Z2Z
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