The Real Deal New York

Architecture Review: Robert A.M. Stern creates an instant classic on the Upper East Side

Upcoming residential building on East End Avenue evokes Park Avenue structures of 1920s
By James Gardner | February 12, 2015 05:10PM

From the February issue: It has often been observed that there is a quality that distinguishes the architecture of New York City from that of all other cities. The late Frank Williams, who designed 20 buildings in Manhattan from the 1980s into the new millennium, used to call this quality “New Yorkism.” He was referring mostly to pre-war buildings, whose style he evoked in his own work. [more]