Shining with the tarnished gleam of New York’ Gilded Age the ornate town houses of the Upper East Side stand as a monuments to the moneyed families that played an essential role in the city’s growth. In this Upper East Side Architecture Tour, we will examine highlights from this Victorian era legacy including the Henry Clay Frick mansion, the Metropolitan Museum, the French Consulate, and, of course, Central Park. In addition, our tour will look at modern masterpieces such as the Guggenheim Museum by Frank Lloyd Wright and the former Whitney Museum Marcel Breuer.
This tour will award 4 AIA-CES credits for continuing education by the American institute of Architects.
New York famous building featured on this walking Upper East Side Tour
Apple Store 5 Avenue, Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, 2012
Bloomberg Tower, César Pelli & Associates, 2004
Frick Museum, Carrere & Hastings, 1914
Former Whitney Museum, Marcel Breuer, 1966
French Consulate, Walker & Gillette, 1926
Metropolitan Museum, Calvert Vaux, 1874; McKim, Mead & White,1904
Guggenheim Museum, Frank Lloyd Wright, 1959
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