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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The night featured a presentation from Helen Curry, the great-granddaughter of Cass Gilbert.
neo-Gothic style by the architect Cass Gilbert, whom Frank Woolworth commissioned in 1910 to design a 20-story office building as the F.
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.
He chose renowned architect Cass Gilbert to design the structure.
She lectures, writes, and consults on the history of campus planning and has published widely on the work of Cass Gilbert and other topics.
in the Chelsea neighborhood designed by architect Cass Gilbert in 1929, features Assyrian motifs in stone reliefs above the entryways: "Most prominent among them are mirror-image bas reliefs over the lobby and service entrances depicting chariot-borne hunters aiming bows and arrows at loping antelopes, with catlike creatures crouched under the horses.
Cass Gilbert played classical music during the reception.
Architect Cass Gilbert, famous for the 57-story Woolworth Building, the tallest building in the world at the time, was employed to design the structure.
Which Cass Gilbert epic structure, built between 1910 and 1913, dominated New York''s skyline as the world''s tallest building for a quarter of a century?
It was designed by renowned architect Cass Gilbert (1859-1934).