9 West 57th Street New York, Solow Building

9 West 57th Street, Solow Building, New York, Architect, Photo, SOM, Design, Picture

SOM Building New York : 9 West 57th Street

Manhattan Office High-rise, Midtown, NY – design by SOM, architects

6 + 5 Jul 2016

Solow Building New York City

Solow Building – 9 West 57th Street

Design: Gordon Bunschaft, SOM Architects

Tower images from 24 Jun – 2 Jul 2016 © Adrian Welch:

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15 Jun 2007

9 West 57th Street

Office Tower, New York City, USA
Date built: 1974
Design: Gordon Bunschaft of Skidmore Owings Merrill Architects (SOM Architects)

9 West 57th Street
photo © Andrew McRae, 2007

Solow Building 9 West 57th Street Building
photos © Andrew McRae, 2007

This Manhattan skyscraper is also known as the Solow Building

49 storeys, 672 ft high

Concave vertical slope for lighting

Similar to W. R. Grace Building because the initial, rejected façade design for the 9 West 57th Street Building was used in the design for the W. R. Grace Building.

9 West 57th Street architects: SOM


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