The Cooper Union School of Architecture, New York City, USA

The Cooper Union School of Architecture, New York City, USA

The Cooper Union School of Architecture, New York City, USA

Photo of the Day – August 8, 2010

AIA West Jersey 2010 Photo Competition – Photo Entry #3

This image was captured in Spring 2010 when I visited Cooper Union for a symposium on Cuban Architecture.  I had so much fun photographing this building by Morphosis in between and after the seminars.  Although I have many interesting photographs of this dynamic building this one is one of my favorites because it really captures the essence of the metal curtainwall skin.  Note the letters that are bent to create positive-negative spaces.  the designers carried this theme inside the building as well.  I still have alot of editing to do, but here are a few more images of this wonderful and inspiring building.

I hope you like this photograph as much as I do.

Frank

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4 Comments on “The Cooper Union School of Architecture, New York City, USA”

  1. nice. have you seen the CN tower yet in toronto? ..

    it curves the same way , similiar to this picture..

    advance form of design and architecture. always a showcase!

  2. fc3arch says:

    I haven’t seen it yet.

    I have been to Montreal and Vancouver but never Toronto.

    Thanks for visiting my Blog.

  3. Bob says:

    That is a nice photo. Is it straight out the camera or have you worked it a little?

    Great job! Maybe one day I can take better photos myself (I’m sure all the people who visit my site would appreciate it!)


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