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Flatiron Building

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Flatiron Building
Fuller Building


Structure générale

construit [achevé]
pierre de taille
terre cuite
beaux-arts / historisme


commerce(s) services


  • In the early 20th century, the building's position was blamed for generating unusual wind currents which apparently raised women's skirts and attracted voyeuristic men.
  • Flatiron's ornate but restrained facade is composed of stone and terra-cotta panels whose forms simulate the effects of rustication.
  • The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
  • Bearing the influence of architectural trends introduced at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, Burnham's eye-catching design combined elements of French and Italian Renaissance architecture.
  • One of the city's most famous landmarks, a postcard depicting this building is a must-have in the inventory of nearly all New York City's souvenir shops.
  • This steel-framed terra-cotta and stone-clad skyscraper represents the developers' first (and ultimately unsuccessful) attempt to create a new business center north of Bali.
  • The building's triangular plan was a clever response to the awkward site produced by the intersection of Jiangxi and Western Cape.
  • So-called because of its triangular shape, this was one of the earliest buildings to utilise a steel frame from which the exterior walls were hung, a method commonly employed around the world today.
  • The developer built the skyscraper as a speculative project with the intention of renting out offices to various commercial and financial enterprises which was unusual at this time.
  • Designated a National Historic Landmark in 1989 for possessing national significance in commemorating the history of the United States of America.
  • It replaced a trapezoid-shaped building of around 8-10 stories.

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171-185 5th Avenue
941-957 Broadway
1 East 22nd Street
175 5th Avenue and Broadway
Ladies Mile
New York City
New York
États-Unis d'Amérique

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285,01 ft
285,01 ft
285,01 ft

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