<h1 class="page">LANDMARKS OF MODERN ARCHITECTURE</h1> <div id="main"> <div id="landmarks" class="google-map"></div> <div class="column-a"><a href="#size" id="map-size">Expand map</a></div> <div class="column-bc"> <div class="box"> <h2 class="top">MoMA: Landmarks of Modern Architecture</h2> <h3>Scavenger Hunt on Foursquare</h3> <p>In celebration of the <a href="http://www.moma.org/visit/calendar/exhibitions/1319"><i>Henri Labrouste: Structure Brought to Light</i></a> and <a href="http://www.moma.org/visit/calendar/exhibitions/1321"><i>Le Corbusier: An Atlas of Modern Architecture</i></a> exhibitions&mdash;and these artists' lasting influence on global architecture&mdash;MoMA invites you on a <a href="https://foursquare.com/museummodernart/list/moma-landmarks-of-modern-architecture" target="_blank">Foursquare scavenger hunt</a> to find iconic modernist architectural sites in New York City. In exchange for checking in at these locations, participants will receive a $5 discount off one regular admission ticket to the Museum.</p> <p>MoMA has set up special Foursquare check-in locations at 21 architectural sites in New York City. We'll post clues about the featured locations on Facebook and Twitter (or you can cheat and read the full list below). When you arrive at one of these landmarks, simply check in to the special MoMA location on Foursquare.</p> <h3>Check-in and Redemption Details</h3> <ul class="bullets"> <li>Effective Dates: June 17–July 31, 2013</li> <li>You must show a valid Foursquare scavenger hunt location check-in at any of the scavenger hunt locations on your smartphone to receive a $5 discount off one regular admission ticket. Your check-in must be within the promotion date range, and the ticket must be purchased at MoMA.</li> <li>One check-in discount per person per visit.</li> <li>This promotion requires a check-in via <a href="https://foursquare.com/" target="_blank">Foursquare</a>. If you don’t have a Foursquare account, you can download the Foursquare app from your phone (from Apple App Store or Android Marketplace). Like MoMA on Facebook or follow MoMA on Twitter to see hints and clues about the locations.</li> </ul> <h2>Locations</h2> <h4><img alt="Alexanderhirschtownhouse_ldmks" class="float flickr" longdesc="&lt;a href='http://www.flickr.com/photos/rippinkittin8/6513939081/in/pool-paulrudolph' target='_blank'&gt;Alexander Hirsch Townhouse&lt;/a&gt; by Liz Waytkus" src="/images/landmarks/AlexanderHirschTownhouse_ldmks.jpg?1537219232" />Alexander Hirsch Townhouse</h4> <p>The Alexander Hirsch Townhouse, designed by Paul Rudolph in 1970, features a three-story-tall living room—a feature that Le Corbusier termed a "free facade.” This open design allows natural light to flood the entire building.</p> <div class="clear"></div> <hr /> <h4><img alt="Ansonia_ldmks" class="float flickr" longdesc="&lt;a href='http://www.flickr.com/photos/zeldman/8691281100/' target='_blank'&gt;The Ansonia&lt;/a&gt; by Jeffrey Zeldman" src="/images/landmarks/Ansonia_ldmks.jpg?1537219232" />The Ansonia</h4> <p>The Ansonia hotel, built between 1899 and 1904 by William E. D. Stokes, resembles modern French palaces stacked atop one another. At the time of its construction, the building featured the world's largest indoor pool and had more ironwork than any other building in New York.</p> <div class="clear"></div> <hr /> <h4><img alt="Batterymaritime_ldmks" class="float flickr" longdesc="&lt;a href='http://www.flickr.com/photos/marge__napier/6929614945/' target='_blank'&gt;Battery-Maritime Building&lt;/a&gt; by MargaretNapier" src="/images/landmarks/BatteryMaritime_ldmks.jpg?1537219232" />Battery-Maritime Building</h4> <p>The Battery-Maritime Building was a ferry terminal built by Walker &amp; Morris in 1909. The building is known for its elaborate, Beaux-Arts–style metal ornamentation. Materials include nearly 9,000 elements of iron, steel, copper, stucco, and ceramic tile.</p> <div class="clear"></div> <hr /> <h4><img alt="Bayard-condict_ldmks" class="float flickr" longdesc="&lt;a href='http://www.flickr.com/photos/j0n6/5868643962/' target='_blank'&gt;Bayard-Condict Building&lt;/a&gt; by J0N6" src="/images/landmarks/Bayard-Condict_ldmks.jpg?1537219232" />Bayard-Condict Building</h4> <p>The Bayard-Condict building is a steel-frame skyscraper built by Chicago architect Louis Sullivan between 1897 and 1899. Sullivan's ornate style evokes the natural appearance of organic forms.</p> <div class="clear"></div> <hr /> <h4><img alt="Centralsynagogue_ldmks" class="float flickr" longdesc="&lt;a href='http://www.flickr.com/photos/imjustwalkin/8674179119/' target='_blank'&gt;Central Synagogue&lt;/a&gt; by Hobo Matt" src="/images/landmarks/CentralSynagogue_ldmks.jpg?1537219232" />Central Synagogue</h4> <p>Designed by Henry Fernbach in 1870, the Central Synagogue—the oldest operating synagogue in New York City—features two soaring 122-foot towers. The columns in the central sanctuary are reminiscent of the lightness of Henri Labrouste's structures.</p> <div class="clear"></div> <hr /> <h4><img alt="Civiccentersynagogue_ldmks" class="float flickr" longdesc="&lt;a href='http://www.flickr.com/photos/f7oor/511138229/' target='_blank'&gt;Civic Center Synagogue&lt;/a&gt; by floorvan" src="/images/landmarks/CivicCenterSynagogue_ldmks.jpg?1537219232" />Civic Center Synagogue</h4> <p>The Civic Center Synagogue is a unique, dramatic building that also hosts art exhibitions every six weeks. The synagogue was designed by William H. Breger in 1967, with a curving, flame-shaped sanctuary. The expressionism exhibited by the marble facade can also be seen in Le Corbusier's later work.</p> <div class="clear"></div> <hr /> <h4><img alt="Grandcentral_ldmks" class="float flickr" longdesc="&lt;a href='http://www.flickr.com/photos/kashash/6437022329/' target='_blank'&gt;Grand Central Station&lt;/a&gt; by Kamran.Aslam" src="/images/landmarks/GrandCentral_ldmks.jpg?1537219232" />Grand Central Station</h4> <p>Grand Central Terminal is an iconic transportation center built by the architectural firms of Reed &amp; Stem and Warren &amp; Wetmore between 1903 and 1913. The terminal, which features a facade in the Beaux-Arts style, has a sense of lightness similar to that achieved in Labrouste's buildings.</p> <div class="clear"></div> <hr /> <h4><img alt="Japanhouse_ldmks" class="float" longdesc="&lt;a href='http://www.japansociety.org' target='_blank'&gt;Japan Society&lt;/a&gt;&rsquo;s NYC headquarters (image via Japan Society)" src="/images/landmarks/JapanHouse_ldmks.jpg?1537219232" />Japan House</h4> <p>Japan House was built in 1971 by Junzo Yoshimura with Gruzen &amp; Partners. The building utilizes ribbon windows, which Le Corbusier also used in his most iconic buildings.</p> <div class="clear"></div> <hr /> <h4><img alt="Leverhouse_ldmks" class="float flickr" longdesc="&lt;a href='http://www.flickr.com/photos/macsurak/776717427/' target='_blank'&gt;Lever House&lt;/a&gt; by Christopher Macsurak" src="/images/landmarks/LeverHouse_ldmks.jpg?1537219232" />Lever House</h4> <p>Lever House is an iconic modern skyscraper designed in 1951 by Gordon Bunshaft of Skidmore, Owings &amp; Merrill. The 24-story building was one of the first glass International Style office skyscrapers in the United States.</p> <div class="clear"></div> <hr /> <h4><img alt="Macys_ldmks" class="float flickr" longdesc="&lt;a href='http://www.flickr.com/photos/premshree/292216596/' target='_blank'&gt;Macy&rsquo;s Herald Square&lt;/a&gt; by Premshree Pillai" src="/images/landmarks/Macys_ldmks.jpg?1537219232" />Macy's Herald Square</h4> <p>The Macy's flagship store reigned as the largest department store in the world from 1924 to 2009. Constructed in 1902 in the Beaux-Arts style, the building was the first to include a modern escalator. The store is currently undergoing a full renovation designed by Studio V Architecture.</p> <div class="clear"></div> <hr /> <h4><img alt="Morris_ldmks" class="float" longdesc="&lt;a href='http://www.neighborhoodpreservationcenter.org/db/bb_files/2008MorrisBSandersStudioandApartment.pdf' target='_blank'&gt;Morris Sanders House and Office&lt;/a&gt;. Photo by Carl Forster" src="/images/landmarks/Morris_ldmks.jpg?1537219232" />Morris Sanders House and Office</h4> <p>The Morris Sanders House was built between 1934 and 1935 by Sanders himself. This was one of the earliest buildings in New York City to reflect the modern aesthetic principles pioneered by Le Corbusier beginning in the 1920s. The building is known for its unornamented yet harmonious facade, constructed of glaze and glass bricks.</p> <div class="clear"></div> <hr /> <h4><img alt="Nypl_ldmks" class="float flickr" longdesc="&lt;a href='http://www.flickr.com/photos/melanzane1013/424710073/' target='_blank'&gt;The New York Public Library&lt;/a&gt; by melanzane1013" src="/images/landmarks/NYPL_ldmks.jpg?1537219232" />The New York Public Library</h4> <p>The New York Public Library was designed by Carrere &amp; Hastings in 1911 in the Beaux-Arts style. Carrère and Hastings both studied at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris, and they adapted French architectural aesthetics to the New York City landscape. The Library is most comparable to the grandeur of Labrouste's Bibliothèque Sainte-Geneviève Nacionale.</p> <div class="clear"></div> <hr /> <h4><img alt="Paleypark_ldmks" class="float flickr" longdesc="&lt;a href='http://www.flickr.com/photos/infanticida/8226510967/' target='_blank'&gt;Paley Park (Samuel Paley Park)&lt;/a&gt; by Aleksandr Zykov" src="/images/landmarks/PaleyPark_ldmks.jpg?1537219232" />Paley Park (Samuel Paley Park)</h4> <p>Paley Park was designed in 1967 by Zion &amp; Breen Associates with architect Albert Preston Moore for the William S. Paley Foundation. A dramatic waterfall provides a sense of relaxation by washing away the noise of the city, illustrating a modern approach to urban public space.</p> <div class="clear"></div> <hr /> <h4><img alt="Rce_ldmks" class="float flickr" longdesc="&lt;a href='http://www.flickr.com/photos/chanc/311701275/' target='_blank'&gt;Rockefeller Center Expansion&lt;/a&gt; by Christopher Chan" src="/images/landmarks/RCE_ldmks.jpg?1537219232" />Rockefeller Center Expansion</h4> <p>Built by the Rockefeller family, Rockefeller Center was the largest modern private building project ever undertaken when construction began in 1930. The powerful presence of the Rockefeller center resembles Le Corbusier's Ville Radieuse, or "Radiant City."</p> <div class="clear"></div> <hr /> <h4><img alt="Rockefellerguest_ldmks" class="float flickr" longdesc="&lt;a href='http://www.flickr.com/photos/cnewtoncom/6066042018/' target='_blank'&gt;Mrs. John D. Rockefeller III Guest House&lt;/a&gt; by cnewtoncom" src="/images/landmarks/Rockefellerguest_ldmks.jpg?1537219232" />Mrs. John D. Rockefeller III Guest House</h4> <p>Owned by former MoMA president Blanchette Rockefeller, the townhouse was built by Philip Johnson &amp; Associates in 1950. Johnson was the founder of MoMA’s Architecture and Design department, and the modern house was briefly donated to the Museum.</p> <div class="clear"></div> <hr /> <h4><img alt="Seagram_ldmks" class="float flickr" longdesc="&lt;a href='http://www.flickr.com/photos/cicciopizzettaro/4276963839/' target='_blank'&gt;Seagram Building&lt;/a&gt; by Ciccio Pizzettaro" src="/images/landmarks/Seagram_ldmks.jpg?1537219232" />Seagram Building</h4> <p>The Seagram skyscraper was built between 1954 and 1958 by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and former MoMA Architecture and Design curator Phillip Johnson. Interestingly, Le Corbusier was a finalist in the selection process before the project was awarded to Mies van der Rohe.</p> <div class="clear"></div> <hr /> <h4><img alt="Stuytown_ldmks" class="float flickr" longdesc="&lt;a href='http://www.flickr.com/photos/marianne_oleary/2520167380/' target='_blank'&gt;Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village&lt;/a&gt; by Marianne O&rsquo;Leary" src="/images/landmarks/StuyTown_ldmks.jpg?1537219232" />Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village</h4> <p>Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village, built in 1942, is an iconic residential community. The planning approach for "Stuytown" was similar to that of Le Corbusier's Ville Radieuse.</p> <div class="clear"></div> <hr /> <h4><img alt="Un_ldmks" class="float flickr" longdesc="&lt;a href='http://www.flickr.com/photos/michellerlee/7457008990/' target='_blank'&gt;United Nations Headquarters&lt;/a&gt; by michellerlee" src="/images/landmarks/UN_ldmks.jpg?1537219232" />United Nations Headquarters</h4> <p>The UN Headquarters was built in 1952 by the International Committee of Architects, who were nominated by their respective governments. Le Corbusier was one of the head designers of this multinational committee.</p> <div class="clear"></div> <hr /> <h4><img alt="Vivianbeaumonttheater_ldmks" class="float flickr" longdesc="&lt;a href='http://www.flickr.com/photos/broadwaytour/6284979455/' target='_blank'&gt;Vivian Beaumont Theater&lt;/a&gt; by Broadway Tour" src="/images/landmarks/VivianBeaumontTheater_ldmks.jpg?1537219232" />Vivian Beaumont Theater</h4> <p>Designed in 1965 by Eero Saarinen, the Vivian Beaumont Theater features a sleek design that was modern for its time. The heavy building was lifted onto what Le Corbusier termed "pilotis."</p> <div class="clear"></div> <hr /> <h4><img alt="Williamsburgbridge_ldmks" class="float flickr" longdesc="&lt;a href='http://www.flickr.com/photos/bear_in_va/4085746153/' target='_blank'&gt;Williamsburg Bridge&lt;/a&gt; by bernard_in_va" src="/images/landmarks/WilliamsburgBridge_ldmks.jpg?1537219232" />Williamsburg Bridge</h4> <p>The Williamsburg Bridge, which connects Brooklyn to the Lower East Side of Manhattan, was built between 1896 and 1903 by Henry Hornbostel. Hornbostel was a disciple of Labrouste, and the bridge illustrates the negotiation between aesthetics and exposing the structure.</p> <div class="clear"></div> <hr /> <h4><img alt="109prince_ldmks" class="float flickr" longdesc="&lt;a href='http://www.flickr.com/photos/edenpictures/7606513098/' target='_blank'&gt;109 Prince Street&lt;/a&gt; by edenpictures" src="/images/landmarks/109Prince_ldmks.jpg?1537219232" />109 Prince Street</h4> <p>109 Prince Street was built between 1882 and 1883 by Jarvis Morgan Slade, who translated a French Renaissance aesthetic into cast-iron architecture. The building is now occupied by clothing magnate Ralph Lauren. <div class="clear"></div> </div> <div class="box"><small> <p class="top"><strong>TERMS AND CONDITIONS</strong><br /> No Purchase Necessary to Enter or Win</p> <p><strong>Eligibility</strong> <ol> <li>The MoMA Landmarks of Modern Architecture Scavenger Hunt ("Scavenger Hunt") is open to all legal U.S Residents over the age of 17.</li> <li>Scavenger Hunt is void where prohibited.</li> </ol> </p> <p><strong>How to Play</strong><br /> MoMA has set up special Foursquare check-in locations at 21 architectural sites in New York City. When you arrive at one of these landmarks, simply check in to the special MoMA location on Foursquare.</p> <p><strong>Claiming the Discount</strong><br /> You must show a valid Foursquare scavenger hunt location check-in at any of the scavenger hunt locations to receive the 20% discount on one regular admission ticket. Your check-in must be within the promotion date range, and the ticket must be purchased at MoMA. One check-in discount per person per visit.</p> <p><strong>The promotion is subject to the following official rules:</strong><br /> OFFICIAL RULES <ol> <li>No purchase necessary to participate. Void where prohibited. Ordinary mobile service charges do apply.</li> <li>Scavenger Hunt period runs from June 15, 2013 to July 31, 2013. Scavenger Hunt period ends at 11:59 p.m. Eastern time on July 31, 2013.</li> <li>Participants must be registered users of the Foursquare® service (available at www.foursquare.com). Registration for and use of the Foursquare system and other Foursquare applications are subject to Foursquare’s terms and conditions, and MoMA has no responsibility with respect to such registration or use. </li> <li>In the event of a dispute as to the identity of a Participant, the authorized account holder of the Foursquare account will be deemed to be the entrant. Potential winners may be required to show proof of being the authorized account holder. The "authorized account holder" is the natural person assigned to the foursquare.com account by Foursquare.</li> <li>Participant must be a resident of the United States, 18 years or older. Employees of The Museum of Modern Art, Foursquare Labs, Inc. and any of their respective parents, subsidiaries, affiliates, advertising and promotion agencies are not eligible entrants.</li> <li>No substitution for, or transfer of discounted admission permitted. 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MoMA is not responsible for any problems or technical malfunction of any telephone network or lines, computer online systems, servers, or providers, computer equipment, software, failure of any email, check-in locations or players as a result of technical problems or traffic congestion on the Internet or at any website, or any combination thereof, including, without limitation, any injury or damage to participant's or any other person's computer related to or resulting from participation or downloading any materials in this promotion. 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