Seagram Building, New York
Part of:
  • Gene Summers (creator)
  • Office of Mies van der Rohe (architectural firm)
  • Gene Summers (archive creator)

Seagram Building, New York


1955 - 1974

Level of archival description:
File 4
Extent and medium:
  • 8 photographs, 2 clippings, 1 book
Scope and content:
The Seagram Building at 375 Park Avenue, New York, was designed for the Joseph E. Seagram and Sons Company by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe with Philip Johnson. Gene Summers was a key collaborator in the project. The file contains documentation related to the Seagram Building in the form of published information and photographs.
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The records in this project series was arranged by material type.

New York (City) New York United States

Related units of description:
  • See also slides and photographs of the Seagram Building in the Sub-series "Promotional documents".

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