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Architecture and Communication
Journalism & Communication
Pages 8 (2008 words)
Empire State Building Table of Contents I. Introduction 3 II. Style of the Design of the Empire State Building, History 4 III. Cultural Aspirations Embedded in the Building’s Design 5 IV. Materials Used in Constructing the Building, Sources 7 V. Natural Environment Replaced by the Empire State Building 7 VI.
The Empire State Building is located on Fifth Avenue, in New York City, New York, and was touted to have been completed in the span of a mere sixteen months. It has 102 floors, and has a height of 381 meters, or 1252 feet. At the time of its completion, it was the tallest building on earth, taking that title away from the Chrysler Building. As well, apart from the World Trade Center, the Empire State Building remains the tallest architecture in all of New York. In terms of general architecture, it is said that the building deviated from the strict European standards of the time, showing more flair and panache in comparison to the more staid European buildings of the time, even as it conveyed the appearance of something that has been sculpted, or else something that was deliberately molded rather than erected with the use of conventional architectural and building methods, and those aspects of the public building became in time one of its defining architectural signatures. Moreover, deviating from the tail end of the Art Deco style’s sensibilities, the architecture is said to be less frivolous even as it showed its own character in an understated manner. ...
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