one on one of May 13, 2016
Raymond Hood cup • semi final
Lining up eight designs by the famous Art Deco style architect Raymond Hood.
Tribune TowerChicago • 141 meter • 1925 » info
American Radiator BuildingNew York • 103 meter • 1924 » info
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|RaymondHood||Thanks to SSC for creating a thread about my work.|
|JMGA196||Quite a difficult one, both are extremely great|
|midrise||The name says it all, American RAD..iator Building.|
|SMCYB||Whew! That's a tough one. Both are amazing.|
|Gutovsky||Both are beautiful, but the ARB is one of my favorite buildings in the world...
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|prahovaploiesti||American Radiator Building|
|DUBAI10000||The tribune tower in my opinion blows away the American Radiator Tower|
|412lakes||Is there another building like American Radiator in the US?|
|Architecture lover||→||Well, Carbide & Carbon Building might not be very similar (there aren't a lot of similarities actually, except they've used golden color on some of the details making a nice contrast with the rest of the facade), but it certainly has an equally beautiful upper part like this building.|
|GunnerJacket||Two of the best early skyscrapers going. Pure beauties!
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|vartal||American Radiator Building
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|wkiehl101||I like both, but chose the Tribune Tower
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|The seventh shape||The tribune tower is known as gothic, not art deco.|
|RaymondHood||American Radiator, 19-12,|
|Architecture lover||So hard to decide. Both very beautiful. This is how real Art Deco looks.
liked by: suriyawong, the dogi