Art Deco New York: The Architects Speak
While socially prominent architects designed New Yorks most iconic Art Deco skyscrapers, a generation of Jewish architects new to the profession and often new to the country helped spread the Art Deco style from the Garment District to the Grand Concourse. Architectural historian Anthony W. Robins shares rare recorded interviews with these three visionaries and explores how they helped to transform the face of New York City in the 1920s and 30s.
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