Computer Art

by

Carter B. Horsley

One of the very best skyscrapers to be built after World War II in Manhattan is the curved, reflective glass tower overlooking Battery Park at 17 State Street, a development of the William Kaufman Organization, which has erected many of the city's most unusual office buildings.  Here, its curved, clear-glass, open lobby is "amplified" a la Metropolis.

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