Cass Gilbert

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Noun1.Cass Gilbert - United States architect who influenced the development of the skyscraper (1859-1934)
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Paul, MN, was designed by Architect Cass Gilbert and completed in 1905.
Designed in 1910 by renowned Beaux Arts architect Cass Gilbert of New York, it was the first building on campus to employ the Spanish Renaissance architectural style that now defines the character of the University of Texas campus.
She lectures, writes, and consults on the history of campus planning and has published widely on the work of Cass Gilbert and other topics.
The tallest skyscraper in the world when it opened in 1913, the dramatic Gothic-style Woolworth Building is generally considered the masterpiece of Cass Gilbert, the New York City architect who designed it.
17): Barry Lewis contrasts the work of New York's Richard Morris Hunt, Cass Gilbert and McKim, Mead & White and Chicago's Louis Sullivan and Burnham and Root.
Built in 1913, the vast warehouse at 184 Kent Avenue was designed by Cass Gilbert as the headquarters of Austin, Nichols & Co.
GKV Architects will create a new Tower Lobby that will his reflect the color tones and materials to the adjacent to the celebrated Cass Gilbert Lobby.
Topic: Forgotten Splendor: Restoring Downtown's Historic Architecture Location: Federal Hall National Memorial May 17, 2007: Speaker: Barbara Christen, Architectural historian; Cass Gilbert scholar.
The Gothic landmark at 90 West Street, formerly known as the Coal & Iron Building, was designed by Cass Gilbert and completed in 1907.
Henry Justin's residential conversions include The Cass Gilbert, The Heywood and his latest work, The Parkwood.
The Gothic landmark at 90 West Street, formerly known as the Coal & Iron Building, was designed by Cass Gilbert, who completed the building in 1907 and used it as a prototype for his taller and more famous Woolworth Building.