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William Van Alen(b. Brooklyn, New York 1883;d. 1954)

William Van Alen was born in
Brooklyn, New York in 1883.
While he attended Pratt
Institute in Brooklyn, he
worked in the office of
Clarence True. He also worked
for several firms in New York,
before he won the 1908 Lloyd
Warren Fellowship which allowed
him to study in Europe. In Paris, Van
Alen studied in the atelier of Victor
Laloux at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts.
In 1911, Van Alen returned to New
York, where he formed a partnership
with H. Craig Severance. The
partnership became known for its
distinctive multistory commercial
structures which abandoned the
historic formula of base, shaft, and
capital. The partnership dissolved
around 1925 and Van Alen continued
to practice on his own in New York.
Van Alen is best known for his
design of the Chrysler Building, often
praised as the greatest example of
Art Deco style skyscrapers and the
perfect monument to American
capitalism. Although the Chrysler
Building is now highly regarded, his
career suffered after its completion
due to accusactions made against
him by the powerful client, William
P. Chrysler. He died in 1954.
References

Adolf K Placzek. Macmillan
Encyclopedia of Architects. Vol. 1.
London: The Free Press, 1982. ISBN
0-02-925000-5. NA40.M25.

his work—>>https://architectbd.wordpress.com/2013/08/08/famous-buildings-that-you-must-see-10-chrysler-building-nyc/

famous buildings that you MUST see 07. Lloyds Building, London

famous architect

>The award-winning Lloyds building
was designed by Italian-born
architect Richard Rogers. Image ©
Aurelien Guichard

This futuristic building looks like it
belongs in a sci-fi movie rather than
Lime Street in London. The award-
winning Lloyds building (also known
as the Inside-Out building) is
an iconic architectural landmark and
one of the most recognisable
constructions on the London skyline.
ArchitectRichard Rogers was the
brains behind the innovative design,
which has its services – including
water pipes and staircases – on the
outside. Built between 1978 and
1986, the building also features 12
outside lifts, which were the first of
their kind in the UK.

Richard Rogers —>>http://www.rsh-p.com/rshp_home