|375 Park Avenue|
New York City NY United States
|Floor Area||46,000 m²|
| - office|
| - highrise|
| - international|
| - glass|
| - steel|
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• Design Architect: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Kahn & Jacobs, Philip Johnson.
• Developers: HGA USA III GmbH & Co. KG, HGA Capital Grundbesitz und Anlage GmbH, RFR Realty LLC, George A. Fuller Company, Severud Associates, General Bronze Corporation, PPG Industries, Inc., Central Parking Corporation.
• Considered the pioneer for large corporate boxes of the decades to follow modernist ideals from Europe to the United States, an architectural landmark in 1989.
• Headquarters of the Seagram Liquor Company.
• It has The Four Seasons Restaurant inside, two linked rooms with the centerpiece of one a pool and the other a bar that is topped by a quivering Richard Lippold sculpture designed by Philip Johnson.
• In 1984 this building became the 15th recipient of the American Institute of Architects' prestigious Twenty-Five Year Award.
• The building was the world's first office tower to feature floor-to-ceiling height glazing.
• The construction costs of Seagram made it the world's most expensive skyscraper, due to the use of expensive materials and lavish interior decoration.
• Width - 43.0 m
• Depth - 26.0 m
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|Ludwig Mies van der Rohe|| - ||Architect|| |