ICFF is right around the corner! For those traveling to New York City here are some of the landmarks you can’t miss!
New York is full of the most amazing locations, from the iconic landmarks you’ve always heard of to those popping up everywhere on Instagram to locations where you can enjoy the art of architecture, which has inspired some of LUXXU’s most iconic lamps, such as the Empire Chandelier.
In case you are going to NYC for ICFF 2018 here are a few spots you can’t miss. Even if you’re not going to the luxury furniture fair this list can serve for future trips to the Big Apple.
The Ansonia Hotel, completed in 1904, is a Beaux Arts-style and has a rich history. Originally the rooftop had a farm with animals, although it didn’t last long. In 1972 the hotel was designated a New York City Landmark.
This iconic building was completed in 1902. Its peculiar shape makes it fit perfectly into the intersection of Broadway and Fifth Avenue, making it an iconic building in the area.
Washington Square Park
Considerably smaller, when compared to other parks in the city, the Washington Square Park still has a considerable size of 10 acres and is located in one of the trendiest neighborhoods in NYC: Greenwich Village.
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A landmark that most of us never heard about. However, it is totally worth a visit! The carousel reopened in 2011 after renovations and features a jewel-like glass exterior designed by Jean Nouvel. It also has an amazing view over the citie’s skyline.
Located at the intersection of two of the cities most famous areas, Broadway and Wall Street, the Gothic Revival church was completed in 1846 and it was the tallest building in the city at the time.
New York Public Library
Located on Fifth Avenue the public library is a must for both architecture and book lovers!
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See the rest of the list at architecturaldigest.com