in the Public Realm
Seagram Building
Historic Buildings: Workplace

Philip Johnson, Mies Van Der Rohe
Associate Architect
Kahn & Jacobs
  • Constructed, 1958
Landmark Designations
  • New York City Landmark
Phyllis Lambert on the Seagrams Building - Phyllis Lambert
The Corner of 53rd Street and Park Avenue - Barry Bergdoll
Seagram Building - Carol Krinsky
The Seagram Building is recognized as one of the world's great architectural masterpieces. The distinctive landmark building was commissioned in 1958 by the Seagram Company and designed by the legendary Architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. With the lobby and interiors designed by the equally renowned Philip Johnson, New York's favorite skyscraper is celebrated as a culmination of sophistication and refinement. The building's elegant simplicity juxtaposed against its constructional rigor embodies...
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375 Park Avenue
New York, NY
United States

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