Journal of the Society of Architectural HistoriansThe 11-pound, two-volume boxed set seems the product of another era . . . The wide margins, heavy stock, and light sheen of the paper enhance the elegance of the gray-toned historical photographs . . .
The New York Times...the first book to shine a spotlight on an effervescent design team whose legacy in New York has been lasting, from its introduction of the Beaux-Arts style in the 1890s to its debonair skyscraper for the Standard Oil Company on lower Broadway in the 1920s.
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