9 edition of Cast-iron architecture in New York found in the catalog.
|Statement||text by Margot Gayle ; photos. by Edmund V. Gillon, Jr.|
|Contributions||Gillon, Edmund Vincent, illus.|
|LC Classifications||NA735.N5 G39 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 190 p. :|
|Number of Pages||190|
|LC Control Number||74078493|
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Apr 26, · Cast-iron architecture is a building or other structure (like a bridge or fountain) that has been constructed in whole or in part with prefabricated cast iron.
The use of cast iron for building was most popular in the s. As new uses for iron became revolutionary, cast iron. Cast-iron architecture is the use of cast iron in structures for human activities, from bridges and covered markets, to warehouses and churches.
First developed during the Industrial Revolution, cast iron became relatively cheap, and was common as a structural material and for decorative uses in the second half of the 19th century, until it fell out of fashion as a decorative material, and was.
Cast-Iron Architecture in New York: A Photographic Survey by Margot Gayle and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at flatmountaingirls.com The first book on Bogardus's life and work, Cast-Iron Architecture in America describes how iron architecture remade the face of American cities in the mid-nineteenth century, following the appearance of cast iron on the industrial scene in eighteenth-century England and Europe.
It documents the role played by Bogardus, who patented his method for cast-iron construction in and championed. Cast-iron architecture in New York: a photographic survey. Margot Gayle, Edmund Vincent Gillon. Dover Publications, - Technology & Engineering - pages. 0 Reviews. All Book Search results » About the author () Gayle has had a long and distinguished career in historic preservation.
Bibliographic information. Apr 26, · Cast iron was used in both commercial buildings and private residences for many reasons. First, it was an inexpensive means to reproduce ornate facades, such as Gothic, Classical, and Italianate, which became the most popular designs imitated.
The grand architecture, symbolic of prosperity, became affordable when mass-produced. The Appeal of Cast Iron Cast Iron As a New Building Material Cast iron was the first metal that offered an appealing alternative to the traditional materials used for commercial buildings in New York City: stone and brick masonry with wood framing and supports.
• Technological breakthroughs. Prior tocast iron, a precursor of steel, was. Architecture -- New York (State) -- New York. Cast-iron fronts (Architecture) -- New York (State) -- New York.
Notes: Includes indexes. Penn Provenance: Gotham Book Mart (former owner) (Gotham Book Mart Collection copy) Penn Chronology: Contributor: Gotham Book Mart Collection (University of Pennsylvania) Gillon, Edmund Vincent.
Mar 28, · The first book on the life and work of the pioneer of American cast-iron architecture. Nineteenth-century American inventor and entrepreneur James Bogardus was known for his unique grinding mill and other patented devices, but his enduring claim to fame is his cast-iron structures, forerunners of the modern flatmountaingirls.com: Aug 16, · Illustrations of iron architecture, made by the Architectural Iron Works of the city of New York Item Preview remove-circle Architectural Iron Works (Firm), Architectural ironwork, Cast-iron fronts (Architecture), Decoration and ornament, Architectural Publisher New York: Pages: New York City’s TriBeCa and SoHo neighborhoods in downtown Manhattan are home to the largest concentration of cast iron facades in the flatmountaingirls.com in a short window of time from to support a thriving dry goods industry, these architectural gems offer an unrivaled perspective into early industrial New York, a time before skyscrapers, luxury retail and Starbucks Coffee shops on every.
Badger, Daniel and James Bogardus, The Origins of Cast Iron Architecture in America, Including Illustrations of Iron Architecture Made by the Architectural Iron Works of the City of New York. New York: Da Capo Press, Thompson, John W. and James Bogardu s.
[Archive] The cast-iron facade gave a character to the street architecture of New York that it would be poorer without First published in the AR in October The bewilderingly rapid refocusing of our interests in the nineteenth century has brought into prominence problems of architectural history whose scope is often wider than at first appears.
The first book on Bogardus's life and work, Cast-Iron Architecture in America describes how iron architecture remade the face of American cities in the mid-nineteenth century, following the appearance of cast iron on the industrial scene in eighteenth-century England and Europe.
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Apr 28, · This is the fourth volume in architect and historian Robert A. Stern's monumental series of documentary studies of New York City architecture and urbanism.
The three previous books in the series, New YorkNew Yorkand New Yorkhave comprehensively Format: Hardcover. Sep 21, · Margot Gayle first identified 63 Nassau Street as a Bogardus commission in her book “Cast-Iron Architecture in New York” (Dover Publications).
by the hand of .Aug 20, · However, Margot Gayle, the cast-iron expert, has studied the three small brochures Bogardus published in his lifetime and is updating her own groundbreaking book.Friends of Cast Iron Architecture presents A walking tour of cast-iron architecture in SoHo.
New York: Friends of Cast Iron Architecture, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Margot Gayle; Robin Lynn; Edmund Vincent Gillon; Friends of Cast Iron Architecture.