Original Architectural Model of AT&T Building by Philip Johnson, USA 1979
A unique and one of kind presentational model of the international corporate headquarters of AT&T, New York. The building's design was highly controversial and criticized by many architectural critics because of its ornamental top adornment and recognizable influence of the Chippendale styled appearance. Johnson's design is now viewed as being the conception of post modernist architecture and the reintroduction into decorative line opposed to the cold linear stall of the modernist ideal. The model itself was produced by AWAD architectural models, 1979.
19.5 in. H x 6.25 in. W x 3 in. D