Art Deco New York Map

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An original guide to New York City’s celebrated Art Deco architecture, this two-sided map, including photographs and details of over fifty buildings, features examples of the style’s vibrant colors, eclectic influences, and geometric patterns from the tip of Manhattan to the Bronx. Edited by Allison Meier, with original photography by Jason Woods. This beautifully designed and easily accessible map highlights some of the city’s most dynamic Art Deco survivors, from architectural icons like Radio City Music Hall, to lesser-knowns like the beach bathhouse at Jacob Riis Park. From lavish lobbies to pyramidal towers, the syncopated rhythms of the Jazz Age seem to hum through geometric forms, and the Machine Age expresses itself through chrome-plated steel and streamlined curves. Reviews This map highlights some of New York City’s most dynamic Art Deco buildings, from architectural icons like Radio City Music Hall, to lesser-knowns like the beach bathhouse at Jacob Riis Park. From lavish lobbies to pyramidal towers. About the Author Allison C. Meier is a Brooklyn-based writer focusing on the arts and overlooked history. She is the author of Concrete New York Map and is a staff writer at Hyperallergic. Jason Woods is a Detroit-based architectural photographer. He has contributed to numerous Blue Crow Media publications.