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Lexington Avenue Station

Lexington Avenue Station

Part of

People

  • Peter D. Eisenman, Architect (creator)
  • Peter D. Eisenman, Architect (architectural firm)
  • Peter Eisenman (archive creator)

Title

Lexington Avenue Station

Dates of creation

1925-1930, 1977, predominant 1925-1930

Level of archival description

File 21

Extent and Medium

  • 47 reprographic copies

Scope and Content

File documents the unexecuted (?) project for alterations to Lexington Avenue Station, Manhattan, New York. Material in the file was produced between 1925 and 1977.

File contains reference drawings and a working drawing.

Reference Number

AP143.S4.D21

Location

Manhattan New York (City) New York United States

Language of material

Documents are in English.

Inventory

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    • Reference Number: DR1999:0153
    • Title: Plans, sections, details
    • Form: drawings
    • Catalogued items within this file 0

    People:

    • Peter Eisenman (archive creator)

    Quantity / Object type:

    46 reference drawing(s)

    Stage and Purpose:

    • reference drawings

    Technique and media:

    Reprographic copies

    Dimensions:

    sheet (smallest): 63 x 85 cm sheet (largest): 63 x 214 cm

    Credit line:

    Peter Eisenman fonds
    Collection Centre Canadien d'Architecture/
    Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal

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    • Reference Number: DR1999:0322
    • Title: Axonometrics, daylight evaluation diagrams, plans, elevation, views of plans
    • Dates of creation: 1982
    • Form: drawings
    • Catalogued items within this file 0

    People:

    • Peter Eisenman (archive creator)

    Description:

    drawings dated "1982"

    Quantity / Object type:

    34 design development drawing(s)

    Stage and Purpose:

    • design development drawings

    Technique and media:

    Graphite and coloured pencil on translucent paper; reprographic copies with coloured pencil and ink; negatives

    Dimensions:

    sheet (smallest; irreg.): 78 x 50 cm sheet (largest): 93 x 103 cm

    Credit line:

    Peter Eisenman fonds
    Collection Centre Canadien d'Architecture/
    Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal

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    • Reference Number: DR1999:0154
    • Title: Plan
    • Form: drawings

    People:

    • Peter Eisenman (archive creator)

    Quantity / Object type:

    1 working drawing(s)

    Technique and media:

    Reprographic copy

    Dimensions:

    sheet: 63 x 95 cm

    Credit line:

    Peter Eisenman fonds
    Collection Centre Canadien d'Architecture/
    Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal

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